The head coach of Kaizer Chiefs Stuart Baxter has warned rival clubs about three players of the club.
The three players have played a huge part in helping the club to climb up to the second position in the DStv premiership log table.
Parker has scored three goals for Amakhosi this season, Billiat has four while Dolly has scored six and is on second place in the chart of top goalscorers this season below Mamelodi Sundowns star Peter Shalulile.
After defeating Swallows on Sunday Amakhosi moved to 22 points and eight points below Sundowns at the summit of the log table.
After the Amakhosi trio tore Swallows apart on Sunday, the English coach has praised the manner in which the players are able to press high and make most of the club's opportunities count.
Baxter said the trio pressed high on Sunday against Swallows in the first half and that resulted for Chiefs to have a couple of goal scoring opportunities.
Amakhosi scored two goals in the first half of the game before making it 3-0 early in the second half.
Baxter added that if you give the players an inch they will give you a yard.
Baxter said the players found themselves a little bit of space and three goals were the results.
Amakhosi will face the tenth placed Cape Town City in their next DStv premiership clash and the coach of the Citizens Eric Tinkler will be looking to avoid the dangers of the Amakhosi trio.
This is the kind of advice Tinkler will be looking to take to warn his defense about the dangers that the trio can bring.
Chiefs will be looking to close the gap to five points from Sundowns at the top.
Source: Soccer Laduma
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