One of Kaizer Chiefs FC fan’s favourite midfielders who has recently joined Kaizer Chiefs FC is rumoured to be on his way out in Naturena.
It has been confirmed by head coach Molefi Ntseki that Kaizer Chiefs FC is in the race of signing Stellenbosch FC midfielder, Sibongiseni Mthethwa before the registration period closes. According to the latest reports, Kaizer Chiefs FC is planning to give Stellies a cash and a player, Happy Mashiane. However, there are latest rumours suggesting that Kaizer Chiefs FC midfielder Sinethemba Sithebe might also be in the the Mthethwa deal.
Some fans believe Sithebe is one of the average players at Chiefs. But he is what our analyser Makaota Masiu said one year ago about Sithebe.
“Kaizer Chiefs supporters want Yusuf Maart, Junior Mendieta, Ashley Du Preez, Pule Mmodi, Given Msimango.
“But your club will go and sign Richard Mbulu, Eva Nga, an unknown defender like Mirwa and cow like Booysen. And say we wanted those players. Personally Sithebe is not Kaizer Chiefs material Masibusane Zongo is correct is Sithebe Kaizer Chiefs material.
“But I’m not surprised even the likes of Phuthu Nange, Cole Alexander, Anthony Agay are playing for Kaizer Chiefs.”
“Personally Kaizer Chiefs have quality players in every position but some positions don’t have competition that is the main concern. In Defense we are balanced competition is there from Centre Backs to Full backs.
“In that central midfield we are balanced we have Nange, Maart, Cole, Sithebe, Matlou. In attacking midfielder we are also balanced
Nkos Ngcobo, Sabelo Radebe, Kamohelo Mahlatsi.
“But when you go forward you see that if we remove Dolly and Khama Billiat on the lineup the hope of winning will gradually reduce even if you field Sekgota because those two are our backbone so we need to always sign players with the quality to compete with them.
“Same applies we have Ashley Du Preez alone there yes we have Sifama but let’s be honest how close is Sifama to the quality of Ashley? So the gap in the quality of attackers we have is huge and has to be addressed.”- he said.