The writing has always been on the wall.
The two star Chiefs players have constantly been told to pull up their socks and weight if they are to take the Glamour Boys to dizzier heights.
One pundit who once played with both Billiat and Dolly at club level, Brent Carelse, told KickOff magazine that both star players need to swallow their pride and start performing.
"It is going to be difficult for them to start emulating what they did at Sundowns. But I'm sure they will come good and start scoring. I honestly feel there will be something special from them when they start swallowing their egos and performing. They can revive what they did while at Sundowns," he said.
Billiat and Dolly have shown some flashes of promise while playing together and they are expected to continue from were they left off at Masandawana.
Perhaps they are now halfway towards rediscovering themselves and their Kaizer Chiefs careers. A former team mate has spoken and it is now left up to them to go for glory.
Source: KickOff magazine
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