Kaizer Chiefs defender, Levy Mokgothu, says that he doesn’t regret joining the club, despite the fact that he is still waiting for his debut two years on.
The 26-year-old signed for the Amakhosi from Moroka Swallows back in 2014, and since then has played more games for Bafana Bafana than he has for his contracted club.
Now, as the 2016/17 season approaches, the player has confirmed that he will be moving on, but explained in this week’s issue of Soccer Laduma that he is still glad to say that he has played for Kaizer Chiefs.
Speaking to Lunga Adam, the full back said, “You find people that will judge you and tell you that you shouldn’t have gone there or you’re just going to Chiefs to be surplus, without them knowing what it is that you do when you’re there.
“Am I letting the team destroy me? Am I destroying myself by being there? Was it the wrong move for me? It wasn’t a wrong move for me. I’ll be happy to say that in my football career I was part of Kaizer Chiefs and have a championship medal.
“I’ll say that I am a better player than I was before and that I’ve learnt a lot from this situation.”
Check out the full interview in issue 972 of Soccer Laduma.