The head coach of Kaizer Chiefs Stuart Baxter had praised one of his players following a victory against Chippa United on Saturday.
Amakhosi managed to collect all the points on Saturday after thrashing the Chilli boys at FNB Stadium by 4-0.
Speaking after the game Baxter said Dolly's drive was most Admirable with his side's victory over Chippa.
Baxter said the player has been working hard and has made a lot of progress since joining the club.
After the player joined the club there were some worries that it could take some before he makes it to the club's starting lineup since he joined Amakhosi with weight problems.
Baxter said he cannot take all the responsibility because as a coach he has to give aspiration and the player has to have some motivation.
Baxter concluded that they managed to get the player close to where he is today in good shape and he is currently enjoying his football.
Dolly was also the man of the match for the day after a stellar performance.
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