Machiswa Knows Chiefs Are Watching
NWU striker, Tshenolo Machiswa, is playing coy about rumours PSL clubs Kaizer Chiefs and AmaZulu are hunting his signature, but the talisman knows he is being watched.
Machiswa has been in outstanding form for unbeaten NWU this season, scoring four goals to help them climb the standings and bag a semi-final spot in Varsity Football.
The frontman says he woke up on Tuesday morning to messages from his friends, telling him that Chiefs and AmaZulu are keen to sign him.
The 24-year-old also revealed that he’s representative from P Management, Vincent Phiri, told him he is being watched by PSL clubs, but nothing has been confirmed.
“It’s a surprise. I don’t know really. I heard that it’s Kaizer Chiefs and AmaZulu who are interested, but for now those are rumours, so I can’t speculate.
“I know I’m being watched though, so it’s important for me to perform well for NWU because to sign for a PSL club would be a dream come true,” he said.
The 24-year-old also added that he has been on trial with Ajax Cape Town and that Kaizer Chiefs do have a working relationship with NWU.
The talented forward produced another eye-catching display in a 1-1 draw against top team UJ on Monday night, a match Machiswa feels NWU should have won.
“It was a disappointing because we should have beaten them. We did our best though and they are a good side. No team dominated and we were unlucky not to score again,” he said.
Machiswa says NWU will go into their next fixture away to UFS-Kovsies with guns blazing as they aim to bag a home semi-final by finishing top of the standings.