Kaizer Chiefs may have gone into the market to add new players to their roster, but there is one area where they must be concerned.
After serving a transfer ban, Amakhosi were one of the busiest sides during the transfer window, bringing in eight new players. The team, on the other hand, did not go out and get a striker, and as a result, they are currently floundering, with no number nine to rely on to score regularly.
Samir Nurkovic is head coach Stuart Baxter's lone option up front at the moment, as he has failed to score this season, while Leonardo Castro is still recovering from injury in Colombia. Bernard Parker is a possibility up front, although he has recently been used in deeper situations and hasn't been as effective in front of goal.
Lazarous Kambole, a Zambian forward, is still an Amakhosi player, however he has been placed on the transfer list. Keletso Sifama, a young striker, was sent out on loan to GladAfrica Championship team Pretoria Callies, leaving the strikers with little choices.
While players like Lebogang Manyama, Khama Billiat, and Keagan Dolly can score goals, Amakhosi's firepower could have an impact on the team, as evidenced by their 2-0 loss to Mamelodi Sundowns on Sunday.
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