The game that was against Kaizer Chiefs FC and Richards Bay FC on the previous weekend, where by Amakhosi won 1-0 has been analysed by Junior Khanye.
The former Kaizer Chiefs FC attacker and current IdisKi TV analyst Junior Khanye, has shared his thoughts over the mentioned clash. In as much as most of Amakhosi fans are happy over the win, Khanye congratulated Chiefs for winning, even though he said there are more things that must be fixed. He believe Cavin substitutes, were poor, especially by putting Nkosingphile Ngcobo off the bench. He said he was supposed to sub Yusuf Mart for Samkelo Zwane, then post Edson Castillo, Samkelo Zwane and Nkosingphile Ngcobo as the midfielders.
Khanye says one of Chiefs problems, is that between Edson Castillo and Yusuf Mart, no one is clear on who play as a holding number six. He says that issue must be addressed, on who must stay especially in the absence of former Stellenbosch FC midfielder Sibongiseni Mthethwa.
Junior Khanye also said Christian Saile must play more centrally than playing as a winger. The former Amakhosi winger also say he doesn’t understand why Jasond Gonzalez started ahead of Ashely Du Preez. He agreed that Du Preez was from injury, but he says the unfit Ashely Du Preez is better than Gonzalez.
In other news, the latest Cavin Johnson’s comment regarding the international players Christian Saile and Jasond Gonzalez left most of them shocked.
Kaizer Chiefs FC interim coach, Cavin Johsnon, says both Christian Saile and Jasond Gonzalez are good enough for the club. He however said striker are somehow like goalkeepers, they are sometimes lazy and look good and training but can’t score during official matches. He said one of the challenges Gonzalez and Saile face in South African top league is that they can’t speak English at all. Chiefs won their third consecutive win against Richards Bay yesterday, 1-0 after the cracker scored by Nkosingphile Ngcobo.
However, some fans are not agreeing with Johnson. They believe he is just making an excuses by saying Gonzalez and Saile’s challenge is language because even at Mamelodi Sundowns FC, some players like Lucas Ribero, can’t speak English at all, yet they excel.