Khanye: " I don't like Kaizer Chiefs goals". I really do not like the way they are scoring.
By ThaboMandla | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
Junior Khanye is not happy about how the team Kaizer is scoring goals. He does not like finishing headers.
Khanye refused to give night credit to the Chiefs team because of the goal scored by Mathoho that it was a header. He wants the team to make build-ups to score the goals.
Khanye added that Kaizer Chiefs used to score like that week by week. They do not have a way of scoring accept the high balls. Khanye did not stop criticizing the finishing headers yet he says he is fighting no one.
The former Kaizer Chiefs midfielderJunior Khanye was able to give credit to the goal scored by Mashiane. He says that is the goal he is willing to credit ans he want to see such happening more often I'm in the team.
Mashiane used to play far from the eighteenth area to the corner. This have been making him to be less prolific in his game ans he was going to lose a game time given that they have good players,he was making unneccesary crises to the boy. He took the final goal special as he took four defenders and the last victim was the bulging net.
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