Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Junior Khanye has named two players his former side should sign.
Gavin Hunt’s side will be allowed to sign players in the next transfer window following their two-window ban and Khanye insisted Amakhosi need to find the right balance between young prospects and experienced players.
The iDiski Times columnist first explained why he believes Ruzaigh Gamildien would not be a great signing before listing two players he thinks would improve Amakhosi, as well as examples of veteran players they should consider when looking for experience.
“In order to properly rebuild the club, the management must sign classy young players who will give Chiefs plenty of quality over a long period of time,” Khanye writes in this week’s edition of iDiski Times.
“SuperSport United duo Sipho Mbule and Teboho Mokoena, for example, are both young players who have a lot of quality and they can help revive that team over a long period.
“Chiefs need quality young players whether they are signed from other clubs or developed from within.
“Occasionally, the club can sign older players who will add value to the squad, players such as Andile Jali or Linda Mntambo for example.
“If a player is over 30, then he needs to be a brilliant player for him to play for a club as big as Chiefs.”
You can read Khanye’s full column, where he explains why he would be disappointed if Gamildien joins Chiefs before discussing why Bobby Motaung should switch roles in this week’s iDiskiTimes. Edition 15 also features a tell-all interview with SuperSport CEO Stan Matthews, who addresses transfer rumours around Sipho Mbule and Ronwen Williams as well as the club’s potential sale, while Oscarine Masuluke speaks about his famous bicycle kick goal against Orlando Pirates, which almost won him the FIFA Puskas award. You can read this and more in this week’s iDiskiTimes – available in English and Zulu.