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Sikhakhane On Chiefs' Signings: Now It's All Up To Zwane

Sikhakhane On Chiefs' Signings: Now It's All Up To Zwane

Ntokozo Sikhakhane, a fervent follower of Arthur Zwane and a former Kaizer Chiefs player, explains why the head coach won't have any justification for failing.

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By bringing in quality players like Ashley Du Preez, Yusuf Maart, Siyethemba Sithebe, Zitha Kwinika, Kamohelo Matlatsi, and Dillan Solomons during the off-season, Amakhosi have undergone significant change.

The team made some good additions, in the opinion of former midfielder Koloba, who also offers some advice for the fresh faces.

The guys that the Kaizer Chiefs have signed are in excellent age and physical condition. These players have more than five years of value to offer the team. Since the truth is that they have plenty of time to make errors and learn from them For certain players, the club is too huge, Sikhakhane said to the Siya crew.

I just hope they're ready for the fact that they're playing for a club that's comparable to the national team in terms of support and pressure, (it's) a massive brand, and lives must adapt, said the author.

Koloba believes that now that more than 12 players have been dismissed, it is up to Zwane to excel because the club has given him its complete backing.

I think Arthur has received a lot of support. It is now entirely up to him. He has nowhere to run since his supporters will stand behind him.

I was also quite pleased to see the adjustments and the players who were let go. Time for them to depart and assist the club has come.

Read: BREAKING: Kaizer Chiefs say goodbye to a 12th player

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