In the past couple of months, Kaizer Chiefs have let go 8 players. On Wednesday they came out with a statement saying that might release one or two more. This is a clean out which is long overdue. However, with all these players going out who are the players they are bringing. Remember Kaizer Chiefs is the biggest club in South Africa, they don’t only need signings to make up numbers in the squad but to compete for the league too.
“But this is unexplainable, it’s just irritating and not comfortable for all of us [to deal with]. I think to concede in such a way, I didn’t see any other opportunities for Polokwane City.
“With all due respect, we scored two goals.”
We as supporters take for granted how important a goalkeeper is. They aren’t many outstanding goalkeepers on Itumeleng Khune’s level. Kaizer Chiefs signed Chippa United’s Daniel Akpeyi in the January transfer window. I thought that was strange because Akpeyi is a mistake-prone keeper.
Ernst Middendorp and Kaizer Chiefs’ hands are tied there isn’t much they can do about this situation. They could thrust young keeper Bvuma into the limelight but Kaizer Chiefs fans are unforgiving and should he make mistakes that cost Amakhosi points the supporters will be on his back.
Kaizer Chiefs defender Daniel Cardoso had nothing but criticism for Giovanni Solinas when to say when asked about the Italians 6-months as Amakhosi coach.
Daniel Cardoso was the scapegoat for Kaizer Chiefs’ frailties in defence. His defensive partnership with Ngezana was always one good cross, ball over the top, or missed slide tackle away from disaster. The defender places all the blame at the feet of former Kaizer Chiefs coach Giovanni Solinas.
Itumeleng Khune is injured, Virgil Vries is costing them games, should Kaizer Chiefs be looking to buy another keeper before the transfer window closes?
You can lay 75% of the blame for two of Kaizer Chiefs’ last four losses at the feet of Virgil Vries. The reserve keeper made a couple of amateur mistakes that cost Chiefs a point against Sundowns and a place in the CAF Confederations Cup against Zesco United.