Kaizer Chiefs has experienced their worst season ever since Bobby Motaung taken over as club manager. Bobsteak has proven that he's got what it takes to manage a big club and his business knowledge saw the club accumulate R32 million, excluding quarters innovation prices, in the past three seasons.
Amakhosi managed to spent R11 million during the those seasons, in terms of player signings. Just by observing on this you can really tell that Bobby is such a good manager, who knows how to run a business.
We've seem him luring players season in and out for free which also says a lot about his great managing ability. However, with the club's failure to live up to expectation this season, it could ring the bell to the Chiefs chairman to make some changes in top management.
Should it be so, perhaps promoting Bobby to a new role, and introducing a young lad, like Kaizer Motaung Junior, as the next manager can be helpful for the club's business. Knowing that Junior once played football before, in. That regard maybe progress in luring quality players to the club can be made, and as someone who understand the consequences of soccer, he can hear the faithful crises, unlike now fans crises dissolve in air like fire smoke.
Having said that, do you believe that Kaizer Motaung Junior can be Bobby's successor?
*This article was written by a Soccer Laduma reader and reflects their opinion, not that of Soccer Laduma.