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Kaizer Chiefs’ Billiat Must Be Regretting Decision To Join 'Ordinary' Teammates - Khanye

The Zimbabwean is in his fourth season at the Soweto goliaths however is yet to win anything with the club just as independently 

Previous Kaizer Chiefs winger Junior Khanye accepts every one of the mentors Khama Billiat has played under at Amakhosi have neglected to get the best out of the player who he feels settled on some unacceptable decision to finish paperwork for the Soweto goliaths. 

Billiat joined Chiefs from Mamelodi Sundowns in July 2018, to end a prize loaded five-season spell at Chloorkop. 

He was endorsed by Italian strategist Giovanni Solinas under whom he played for quite some time and has from that point forward had Ernst Middendorp, Gavin Hunt and as of now Stuart Baxter as his mentors. 

"Mentally Khama Billiat is presently not the equivalent. He is lamenting the choice to join Kaizer Chiefs since every one of the mentors he has played under at the club don't have confidence in athletes," Khanye told Massiv Metro according to iDiski TV. 

"The mentors don't have a clue how to get the best out of the player like Pitso [Mosimane]. Indeed, even the position they send him in isn't right. He is continually playing under enormous tension whereby they depend on his singular splendor. 

"There were games I accept he sparkled under Ernst yet there were relatively few. With the end goal for Khama to sparkle like during his Sundowns days you need a legitimate mentor who has faith in competitors and afterward be encircled by individuals who supply you with balls. Then, at that point, you should think that he is a proper position in case you will confound him like playing him as a winger, striker and so on, you need him to drop from your half. 

"Something else, you can't depend on him alone. Then, at that point, you become cautious by handling seven safeguards. The mentors he has played under at Chiefs are Ernst, Stuart and Gavin put eight protectors then you have Khama, Samir Nurkovic and presently Keagan Dolly or Manyama. 

"Khama playing behind Nurkovic and Manyama yet you can't depend on Manyama. Clearly, they depend on Khama and Samir Nurkovic is simply standing." 

Khanye feels Billiat is attempting to flourish at Chiefs since he is playing close by "standard" players who make him lament truly getting paperwork done for the club. 

"He has understood that he took some unacceptable choice to join Chiefs and that this group won't win anything, 'on the off chance that I don't score nobody will score,'" said Khanye. 

"He has understood that in this group I play with normal players. Nobody can go up against him in the Chiefs crew. At Sundowns he realized that in case I'm not doing it, Keagan Dolly will do it, the mentor will consistently permit me to run with the ball. Pitso is an adherent to the style Khama flourishes in, he got the best out of the kid. 

"In the event that you check Khama now he isn't mentally fine in the wake of acknowledging he joined some unacceptable group. I think his first season at Chiefs broke him as he understood he won't win anything both independently and collectively." 

Billiat has begun all Chiefs' six Premier Soccer League coordinates with this season and is relied upon to highlight in Saturday's facilitating of Chippa United.


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