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Junior Khanye once again attacks Kaizer Chiefs for signing these four players



In 2021/22 one of the club’s past stars selected four stars as the best of all the signatures produced by the Kaizer chiefs.

Before the season started, the chiefs revealed several new signatures after their two window FIFA transfer ban had finally been permitted to sign the club players.

New Amakhosi players this season included Brandon Petersen, Austin Dube, Sifiso Hlanti, Sibusiso Mabiliso; Cole Alexander, Keagan Dolly, Ngcobo, and Kgaogelo Sekgota. The players were also new to Amakhosi.

However, Junior Khanye, former midfield chiefs, is not sure that all the signatures are good enough to enable giants from Soweto regain their glory as the Southern African football cup kings.

“The leaders of Kaizer have signed several good players even if some were free agents, but we cannot dispute the fact that some of them are outstanding players.

Keagan Dolly is a high-quality player and it’s only regrettable that he’s unfit. Alexander Cole is a player of quality.

Njabulo Ngcobo’s an excellent player and a good player.

He was elected Defender of the Season last season when he played for Swallows,” Khanye said.

“I saw Austin, and I still have my misgivings concerning him.

The kid is a Championship player from GladAfrica and isn’t still a player, you’d expect to come to the Chiefs with pressure.

For clubs like Richards Bay, he’s a nice player but not for Kaizers Chiefs,” Khanye noted.

“There is Nange as well, and I don’t know why he was signed by the leaders.

The guy didn’t even play all the Stellenbosch games, and I don’t understand you bring him to the Kaizer Chiefs.

For the chiefs to sign him, Nange never lifted his hand.

I saw enough about Mabiliso and he’s not a good Kaizer’s Chiefs player,” he remarked.

“The guy is not disciplined tactically when he goes on talking about Sifiso Hlanti.

Why bring a man like this to the leaders? The chiefs have signed only four great players.

These four players might make a difference to the leaders, which I wanted to gain from SuperSport United a player such as Sipho Mbule and a coach,” Khanye said.

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