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Kaizer Chiefs latest | Maybe Letsoalo would’ve succeeded BUT – Ndlanya

Retired striker Pollen Ndlanya has weighed in on Kaizer Chiefs‘ failure to signal a striker to ease the stress on these which can be there.

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Amakhosi at the moment discover themselves in a decent nook with no dependable striker as Samir Nurkovic and Leonardo Castro are injured.

Castro is near returning to motion after spending over a month on the sidelines as reported by The South African on Wednesday.

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And Chiefs’ failure to signal Victor Letsoalo from Bloemfontein Celtic, now Royal AM, in addition to Luis Miquissone who joined Al Ahly, has come again to hang-out them.

Nonetheless, Ndlanya stated whereas he doesn’t need to move judgment on gamers, a few of them do properly at sure groups however fail dismally as soon as they be part of Chiefs.

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Ndlanya stated Letsoalo is an effective participant and maybe he would have succeeded at Chiefs however he doesn’t suppose the staff’s thinness upfront is the explanation they’re struggling.

The former Amakhosi marksman stated the present gamers ought to arise and be counted, and cease blaming the administration for failing to signal a striker.

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“I don’t want to judge players, but some may be good in other teams and when they come to Chiefs, which is a big club, they start to struggle,” Ndlanya instructed Sowetan.

“Letsoalo is a good player, maybe he would have succeeded at Chiefs but as I said, players who are currently here need to start helping the team by finding the back of the net,” he stated.

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“This happens all over the world where players get injured and others step up the plate,” added Ndlanya.

“I don’t think they are struggling because the strikers are out. I think the confidence at the moment is low since they are not getting results,” he continued.

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“We’ve seen they can’t make a few passes together in matches, but I believe they will get it right soon,” concluded Ndlanya.

Chiefs tackle Chippa United at FNB Stadium on Saturday, and Stuart Baxter is anticipated to name on the likes of Khama Billiat, Lebogang Manyama and Keagan Dolly to steer the assault.

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Kick-off is at 17:30.

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