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Nurkovic needs competition

Former Kaizer Chiefs player Robson Muchichwa has hinted ominously that the club will regret not adding more firepower to their team.

Muchichwa, who won trophies with Amakhosi in the late 1990s, believes his former club would rue not bringing in a striker to challenge Serbian Samir Nurkovic.

The Chiefs have only scored two goals in their first three league games, while surrendering three.

"When we talk about quality, the Chiefs are lacking quality because quality players are needed in attack," Muchichwa tells

"It's not because Nurkovic is a horrible striker; he just needs competition, therefore we only need one or two forwards."

"They made a mistake not adding another talented striker to compete with Nurkovic, in my opinion." If things don't work out, I believe Kaizer Chiefs will be disappointed.

"Things aren't going great right now. As a result, they may come to regret it by the conclusion of the season."

With Colombian Leonardo Castro out injured, the Soweto giants are now low on true striker options.

Khama Billiat and Lebogang Manyama, both attackers, have been used as makeshift strikers in recent weeks.

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