The limited game time the youngsters have been getting at Kaizer Chiefs Football Club since the arrival of head coach, Stuart Baxter is worrying to most people who are related to the club.
Source: Sabelo Radebe Official Facebook account
The likes of Happy Mashiane, Nkosingiphile Ngcobo, and Reeve Frosler have seen little action this season under Baxter, which is a little bit worrying given that they were the first names you expected to see in Chiefs lineup last season.
Baxter believes in the tried and tested players, as we have seen so far this season that the average age of the starting eleven he chose was around 29.5, a surprising average age gave that for most of the time last season it was youngsters who were stirring the club to the final CAF Champions League final.
Source: Sabelo Radebe Official Facebook page
Another youngster who is suffering under the English man is the 21-year-old Sabelo Radebe, Bibo who was promoted from the development side last season has seen less action this season in the first team, and most of the time he had to go to the reserve side to get playing time, but that is set to change.
It is rumoured that the youngster is set to start with the first-team squad.
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