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Ndlanya To Chiefs Players: They Need To Change

Senior Kaizer Chiefs players have been chastised in recent years, and iconic striker Pollen Ndlanya has given a firm message ahead of the new season.

Some fans were surprised to learn that Khama Billiat, Itumeleng Khune, Bernard Parker, Ramahlwe Mphahlele, and Lebohang Manyama had extended their relations with Amakhosi.Ndlanya is convinced that the club cannot truly rebuild without veteran players, but believes that there must be a shift in thinking and understanding of their role in the team moving ahead.

"They're still essential, in my opinion. Without older players, you can't rebuild "Ndlanya informed the Siya team.

"I'd want to see them take on a leadership position and mentor new players. When I first joined the Chiefs, I was greeted by senior members such as Neil Tovey and others. They made things simple for us."Those extensions, according to the former striker, are their last chance to re-establish trust and ensure that when they go, they are remembered as heroes who made a difference at Chiefs.

"Being given a chance means a lot; they must evolve and become better role models for the youth, contribute constructively to the club's restoration, and leave a great legacy."

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