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Solomons Points Out Major Chiefs Issue

Kaizer Chiefs wide man Dillon Solomons has given his perspective on what he feels may be holding the club back this season.

It has been a disappointing campaign overall for Chiefs once again, and it is set to be their ninth season in a row without winning silverware.

They are currently tenth in the DStv Premiership, and ahead of their game against SuperSport United this weekend, Solomons and a few of his teammates spoke to the media.

Solomons, when asked by iDiski Times what he feels has been holding the team back, said that he feels there is a mental block, especially after conceding.

“I don’t know the answer to that question, but I think I can I can work out something for you,” Solomons responded to iDiski Times‘ question.

“I think mentally it’s been tough, trying to figure out how we go about things, how are we going to try and win games.

“I think for us it’s just when we concede, I think that’s been our mental block I think the conceding part has been the mental block where we concede and we can’t get back into games.

“I think that’s been something, because in the recent game, I think we created the most chances in the first half and once Richards Bay scored, we just couldn’t get anywhere close to the goal so I think that’s something we need to work on.

“I think it’s just mental strength. I think that’s where we lack.

“But I feel like also we need to create more chances for our strikers, me included. I think that’s putting in better crosses for our strikers to to get on to, and then our midfielders creating the chances for our strikers to score, so I think that’s something that we need to work on.”

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