Kaizer Chiefs Junior has lifted the lid on Amakhosi signing new players before the transfer window shutdown on the 31st of August. They did good business so far by bringing the likes of Keagan Dolly and Njabulo Ngcobo as one of their targets being signed before the window closes. But it looks like the business isn’t done yet as football director Kaizer Junior stressed that they should add a few good one more signing as they target SuperSport United Sipho Mbule to Naturena who will come at a cost.
” The key is to get from the players you already have, and if there’s a need, you reinforce. If the need arises, yes, that can happen a new signing before the deadline day. But the guys who are here already are working hard, putting their hands up to fight for positions. Everyone must get a fair chance,” Motaung told Goal.com reporters.Source:https://www.goal.com/en-za/news/kaizer-chiefs-offer-update-on-further-signings-before/16guzbuungry314mn42hzhsal8
” I have been in the player’s shoes so I understand their needs. We should be a player focused industry because they are the ones who got out on the field to perform. That’s one thing I’ve learnt from the Chairman Kaizer Motaung senior. He’s always been humble and approachable because of his open door policy. It also helps that we have people like assistant coach Athur Zwane who is a former player and can help harness the Kaizer Chiefs culture in the current group of players. Once we get that right, we’ll be on the right path,” concluded Motaung Junior telling goal.com Sources. Their rumors of targeting Mbule won’t be an easy one for them to get their target as Stan Mathews don’t want to sell. But with only three days left, can they get it done? Let me know what you think.
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