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It seems like khanye is coming with so much suggestions for the team kaizer chiefs. After he suggested the following.
A previous Kaizer Chiefs midfielder has recommended the name of a star who can help Khama Billiat and Keagan Dolly be more powerful in assisting the group with accomplishing the best outcomes going ahead.
With Chiefs presently sitting in runner up on the DStv Premiership log and competitors for this present season's association title, Billiat and Dolly have been all the rage after their great exhibitions.
Last week, Chiefs affirmed that Dumisani Zuma would be focused in accordance with the club's disciplinary code after the 26-year-old was at first suspended from all club exercises, following his new capture before he was subsequently delivered on bail, as affirmed by the Hawks.
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While there have been questions around the player's future with Chiefs following the debate he has drawn in, previous Amakhosi midfielder Junior Khanye is interesting to the club to allow the player a second opportunity as he accepts that the ex-Bloemfontein Celtic man actually plays an immense part to play in mentor Stuart Baxter's group.
"I couldn't imagine anything better than to see Dumisani Zuma allowed an opportunity at Kaizer Chiefs to play again and show what he can do. I'm saying this very much aware of the claims against him and I am one individuals who are distraught with regards to what he has been blamed for doing.
However, he is a person all things considered and to me he is like Khama by they way he plays. Zuma can be exceptionally useful in removing the tension from Khama and Keagan Dolly and to confound rivals in their preparation of these two players who are doing great for Kaizer Chiefs right now," said Khanye, addressing the Siya group.
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