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Chiefs' Dolly makes fitness admission

Despite impressing in his maiden outing, the Bafana Bafana midfielder admits that there is still work to be done in terms of his fitness but that he was pleased to have been able to make an immediate impact.

"Everyone knows I got here a little bit unfit," the 28-year-old told the club's website. "I haven’t been on the same standard as the rest of the team.

"They’ve been playing in the CAF Champions League. They’ve been active and for me, it was a bit difficult because I was out for three months and now trying to get back.

Zakhele WA Christinah Thank you very much ntwana ya Sandton you can return to swimming lessons with your spoilt pit bulls.

Zakhele WA Christinah thank you ntwana - could you please send me those daddy's expensive whiskey left overs I know he doesn't need them it's weekend am broke as I need booze.

He made a good impression just 20 seconds after coming in. The pass was fire and it help settling him to the game, unfortunately after 2 minutes his energy was gone. Good thing he is putting in a work to get better.

Congratulations to bold admission fc may they continue make many more huge admission.

Sundowns is playing Amazulu at 5pm can we please get coverage of the game atleast you spoke about Chiefs all week ever since Sunday were are other 14 teams.

the fact of mentioning Keagan Dolly as a Kaizer chiefs player causes chest pains somewhere in Chloorkop and leave a bitter taste in many mouths, go easy on them.


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