The summer transfer window has been one of the best in the history of the South African premier league. Top clubs such as Kaizer Chief, Orlando Pirates, Mamelodi Sundown, and others made massive signings to strengthen their squad for the championship race. The chiefs were one of the best clubs that made the highest number of transfers this summer after their ban was lifted.
However, I believe that the club made some big mistakes by signing these 3 players. It's not a bad decision to sign players, but quality and age matter a lot.
The newly signed winger is popularly known as Kigi. The 24-years-old attacker played a total of 24 matches with only 3 goals for his former club, Moroca Swallows.
As his stats depicts, the player is not the quality that a big club such as Chief would rely on. He was signed to strengthen the squad in case of any injury problem on any first team winger due to his versatility, but I don't think he can help the team secure the title.
2. Brandon Peterson
The Cape Town-born goalkeeper was signed by Kaizer Chief in the transfer window. He was a former keeper of Bidvest Wits, but his poor performance made the team drop him.
Throughout the 2020/2021 season, he was club-less until Chief came for his signature. In my own opinion, I don't think that he is the best option for a team that is contesting for the league title.
3. Thabani Dube
The 28-years-old defender joined Kaizer Chief this summer. He was signed from Richards Bay after an impressive performance last season in the lower division.
Dube is an experienced defender, but his age will probably affect the club this season. I believe that young and promising lads are supposed to be signed by the club for the future.Photo Credit: Google.
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