Lead trainer Stuart Baxter has uncovered the mystery behind Kaizer Chiefs aggressor Keagan Dolly's unbelievable weight reduction who he concedes showed up in South Africa "a couple of kilos" overweight.
Cart featured for Amakhosi by scoring a support in a spirit boosting 4-0 win over Chippa United in a DStv Premiership conflict at FNB Stadium on Saturday.
Talking after the last whistle, Baxter uncovered how Dolly has shed his undesirable additional load to track down his best structure.
"He's buckled down," Baxter said post-match. "I can't assume liability, I think from the mentor comes motivation, from the player, comes inspiration.
"Since he hadn't played for such a long time, and I'm certain you'd comprehend that when you're out of the group and not piece of the arrangement and you're not playing you lose your inspiration and possibly a tad of that drive that keeps you fit as a fiddle.
"When he came to us yes he was a couple of kilos overweight and expected to chip away at that.
"I would not like to push him in on the grounds that the touch doesn't go, the vision doesn't go, the left foot doesn't go, so you're enticed to simply toss him in.
"We oversaw him very near where he is currently today, and he's presently fit as a fiddle and partaking in his football."
Bosses next face an association conflict against in-structure SuperSport United at the Lucas Moripe Stadium on Sunday.
Start up is at 17:30.
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