Kaizer Chiefs FC has been signing and sending some of the players ahead of next season. Amakhosi fans have been calling the management to sign one of the players they think they can add value at Chiefs FC team.
One of the influencing Chiefs supporters has sent an intresting request to Chiefs management. Man B is one of the fans who’s voice can be heard because he is influencial.
Man B want Chiefs to sign Sibongiseni Mthethwa from Stellenbosch FC. Man b publicly requested the management to sign him. Just like other fans, he believes he is the missing person to Amakhosi team.
In other news, Far Post hae reported that Kaizer Chiefs FC will part ways with Kamohelo Mahlatsi. Some fans have been saying Kamohelo was not a good signing for Chiefs. Here is what our analyser said last year about Mahlatsi.
“Don’t get me wrong. Kamohelo Mahlatsi is a good player but he arrived at Chiefs at the wrong time he is not better or close to what we have in the team unfortunately.
“Currently Kaizer Chiefs have Khama Billiat who is out they also have Mduduzi Shabalala who is busy with matric and they don’t want to disturb him.
“Those two players i mentioned are way better than Kamohelo Mahlatsi.
Mduduzi Shabalala at a potential stage is already better than Mahlatsi.
“For example Mahlatsi is currently not playing while Khama and Mduduzi are not available Dolly was off form but still he was not playing which should tell you he is not good enough.
“Against Stellenbosch FC we were leading 3-1 the Coach substituted Dolly for Solomons who has been playing Right Back this season while Mahlatsi is on the bench what does that tell you about the quality of Mahlatsi?
“If the Coach would rather play a Defender as a Winger while you are at the bench it should tell you something.
“Even in the Macufe Cup they opted to play Mashiane as a Winger while Mahlatsi is fit and in the match day squad.
“I’m telling you the signing of Mahlatsi was just to add on the number of players we signed he will never be a regular at Chiefs actually we might see him being loaned out to Swallows again in January at this point.”