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Kaizer Chiefs - The real Khama Billiat is back & this time around it may be for good?

The Khama Billiat everyone saw at Ajax Cape Town & Mamelodi Sundowns is perhaps probably one of the best players we've ever seen in South African Football

There was once upon a time were literally when opposition teams and players saw the name Khama Billiat on the opposition team sheet they felt defeated before they even kicked a ball

Then again at Mamelodi Sundowns while Pitso Mosimane was still the club's first team head coach the talented Khama Billiat had a little bit of a contract dispute with the club in a situation where he wanted a bigger contract

That type or kind of situation is very much quite normal for all the big clubs and big players but the most dangerous thing about is when rival clubs find out about it like a shark smelling an open wound in the ocean leaking of blood

And that was to be the case as Kaizer Chiefs smelt blood and immediately pounced in on the situation and completed the signing of Khama Billiat from Mamelodi Sundowns in 2018 during the transfer window in pre-season

Since then for a period of three seasons under three different coaches at Kaizer Chiefs Khama Billiat has not been the same player that he once was and everyone can see that

Since the arrival of Stuart Baxter Khama Billiat seems to be a revitalized player as he is displaying a similar kind of sharpness, movement, ruthlessness that made him a nightmare to play against and defend against when he was at Mamelodi Sundowns

Then again we have seen and said this before about Khama Billiat and it had turned out to be an extremely false interpretation of the situation based on a short term analysis

And if indeed the lightning Khama Billiat is back this time around considering Stuart Baxter has taken a keen interest in him we can only hope that this time around he is back for good 

Source - Opinion Based

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