Kaizer Chiefs FC will face Mamelodi Sundowns FC on the first leg of MTN 8 tomorrow. Kaizer Chiefs FC fans are wondering if the newly signed Colombian striker, Jassond Gonzalez will be available or not. Chiefs fans want him because they already can’t wait to see him dancing during games.
Kaizer Chiefs FC head coach given a latest update regarding the new striker, about weather he will be available or not.
Kaizer Chiefs head coach Molefi Ntseki has provided an update on new striker Jassond Gonzalez ahead of their first leg MTN8 semi-final against Mamelodi Sundowns.
According to Ntseki, Efmamjjasond is still awaiting the necessary paperwork to be registered for Amakhosi and It might put a hold on his debut until after the upcoming FIFA International break.
“When it comes to Gonzalez playing this week or any other time, I think we are still waiting for the paperwork to be finalised,” Ntseki said.
“But, if ever everything is done on time, I think he’ll be able to play for us when we come back from the national break.”
However, there are some Mamelodi Sundowns FC key players who will miss tomorrow’s clash according to the latest reports. Those players include;
1. Rushine De Rick.
2. Thapelo Maseko.
3. Thapelo Morena.
4. Abubeker Nassir.
5. Peter Shalulile.
6. Sipho Mbule.
7. Grant Kekana.
8. Lebohang Maboe.
As a reminder, Maboe will be out because of the red card he got on the previous game against Polokwane City FC.
In other news, Makaota Masiu, our analyser, who is also a Kaizer Chiefs FC fan says he is still not happy after Mamelodi Sundowns FC announcing Sipho Mbule.
“The Day Mamelodi Sundowns announced the signing of Sipho Mbule. That pain still lives somewhere in my heart i will never forget how useless i felt that day.
“We missed out on probably the best two midfielders of the new generation at some point i even accepted that Kaizer Chiefs will never win the League again.
“From that day my expectations about Kaizer Chiefs dropped i still love the team but i have lowered everything no expectations just watching to push time.”