Khanye Names Three Chiefs Signings He Likes
Junior Khanye has raved about three Kaizer Chiefs signings, praising the club for their “remarkable” business this transfer window.
The former Amakhosi midfielder discussed Chief’s new additions in this week’s column of iDiski Times.
He revealed that he was happy with the signings of Keagan Dolly, Cole Alexander and Njabulo Ngcobo, but questioned whether Stuart Baxter will get the best out of them.
“Kaizer Chiefs have done a remarkable job in the transfer market by signing Dolly, Alexander and Njabulo Ngcobo,” he writes in iDiski Times.
“These are really good players who can play football and perhaps help the club in their search for trophies.
“My concern is their coach Stuart Baxter. Is he going to emphasise transition football, or will he allow the players to express themselves?
“Is he flexible enough to adapt his playing style to allow players to play? Only time will tell.”
Khanye was particularly impressed with the signing of Dolly, calling him a star play who is looking forward to see in the Amakhosi kit.
“Kaizer Chiefs signing Keagan Dolly was a big story last week and I have to say that I did not expect it,” he added.
“For the past five seasons, I have been saying that Kaizer Chiefs needs quality players and in this transfer window they have shown intent and strengthened with the right kind of quality.
“Keagan is a star player, a very educated left foot and a player who has proven himself since his days at Ajax Cape Town and Mamelodi Sundowns.
“There are concerns about his lack of fitness and game time, I believe that can be sorted out within a month and he will be back into full fitness.
“He is still 28 years old, very good age where he can give Chiefs plenty seasons of good performances.
“Dolly is a good signing for Kaizer Chiefs make no mistake, and I am looking forward to seeing him in Chiefs’ colours.”
You can read Khanye’s full column as well as Benedict ‘Tso’ Vilakazi analysing the club’s departures and exclusive interviews with Willard Katsande, Most Lebusa and Lars Veldwijk in this week’s edition of iDiski Times.
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