A former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder has suggested the name of a star who can assist Khama Billiat and Keagan Dolly be more effective in helping the team achieve the best results going forward.
With Chiefs currently sitting in second place on the DStv Premiership log and contenders for this season’s league title, Billiat and Dolly have been on everyone’s lips after their impressive performances.
Last week, Chiefs confirmed that Dumisani Zuma would be disciplined in line with the club’s disciplinary code after the 26-year-old was initially suspended from all club activities, following his recent arrest before he was later released on bail, as confirmed by the Hawks.
While there have been doubts around the player’s future with Chiefs following the controversy he has attracted, former Amakhosi midfielder Junior Khanye is appealing to the club to give the player a second chance as he believes that the ex-Bloemfontein Celtic man still has a huge role to play in coach Stuart Baxter’s team.
“I would love to see Dumisani Zuma given a chance at Kaizer Chiefs to play again and show what he can do. I am saying this well aware of the allegations against him and I am one of the people who are not happy about what he has been accused of doing. But he is a human being after all and to me he is similar to Khama in how he plays. Zuma can be very helpful in taking off the pressure from Khama and Keagan Dolly and to confuse opponents in their planning of these two players who are doing well for Kaizer Chiefs at the moment,” said Khanye, speaking to the Siya crew.
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