Chiefs’ New Signing To Inspire Bafana Defender?
When a new player joins a team, it may be thought that players who are already on the team and playing in the same position will suffer. However according to insiders things seem to be different for a star player for Kaizer Chiefs.
According to insiders, Bafana Bafana defender Sifiso Hlanti's push for a comeback has been fueled if anything by the news that Chiefs have officially added Edmilson Dove to their present roster.
32-year-old Hlanti has been sidelined since November due to a terrible Achilles tendon rupture.
As recently mentioned by Chiefs coach Arthur Zwane the left-back still needs to restore his confidence but the seasoned veteran has been practicing with the team and is reportedly doing better returning to his best.
Sifiso Hlanti has done a great job of recovering from his injuries and is headed in the right direction.
The self-assurance is returning and displaying readiness. He is an accomplished player who is used to competition, so if anything, the coming of Dove would push him, the insider claimed.
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