Former Kaizer Chiefs icon pulls the trigger on the club's underperforming stars?
By GlobCapacity | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 3 views
At any big club there seems to be a habit and a routine that does not seem to go away at all
And that habit is the fact that big clubs nowadays do not sign big players instead giving an opportunity to below average players
The prime example here in South Africa of a big club signing average players is Kaizer Chiefs who for the past six seasons or so have been bringing average players to the club that do not have an idea what it means to represent Kaizer Chiefs
And as a result a former Amakhosi legend in Robson Muchichwa has pointed out some of the players at Kaizer Chiefs do not excatly deserve to be and play for the club at the same time according to & courtesy of reports from KickOff.com
"They need a very clever transition you know in terms of players. Ya for me most of these players need to go,"
"Most of the current players who are here, they need to go. They don't deserve to be here,"
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