Kaizer Chiefs’ Football Manager Bobby Motaung believes the club has had a solid pre-season and optimistic that the new signings will help ignite the season.
Although the window period closed on Thursday, 31 August without Amakhosi signing any high profile player(s) that the fans were crying for, the club insist they are ready to compete for silverware this season.
Chiefs signed Dumsani Zuma from Bloemfontein Celtic, Philani Zulu from Maritzburg United, Teenage Hadebe from Zimbabwean team Chicken Inn FC and Bhongolethu Jayiya from Cape Town City FC.
Football Manager Bobby Motaung believes the new signings will help bolster the team’s backline, midfield and attack.
Motaung said the promotion of four youngsters, Goalkeeper Bruce Bvuma and midfielders Khotso Malope, Wiseman Meyiwa and Nkosingiphile Ngcobo will inject new energy in the team.
“The young men will add youthfulness, inject new energy and quality to the wealth of talent already in the squad, because we need to ensure that the team is strong enough to challenge for the league title as well as the two trophies that we will be competing for this season.” Motaung Said.
Motaung emphasized that the club will continue searching for a “formidable striker” and will not stop until they find one.
Written by: Diski Voice