Kaizer Chiefs have been handed a major attacking boost ahead of their upcoming clash against AmaZulu FC.
There’s an attacking crisis at Naturena with the latest victim being Ranga Chivaviro who suffered a hamstring injury over the weekend.
Star attacker Ashley Du Preez missed out completely last weekend due to illness.
There is however some positive news at Naturena with Kaizer Chiefs new signing Efmamjjasond González arriving in the country today!
If everything goes according to plan, the Colombian striker will make his debut for the struggling Amakhosi on Saturday when they host AmaZulu FC!
WHEN KAIZER CHIEFS NEW STRIKER ARRIVES IN MZANSI?
“Kaizer Chiefs new signing, Efmamjjasond González’s arrival, scheduled for Tuesday, could be a timely boost for the club as they deal with an injury to Ranga Chivaviro.” a FarPost report read.
“González, whose signing was announced by Chiefs last week, had his visa approved and is set to arrive in Johannesburg this week. He is expected to link up with his new teammates on Wednesday this week as he starts his PSL career. ”
Kaizer Chiefs returned to DStv Premiership action on Sunday afternoon when they traveled to the Mbombela Stadium to face TS Galaxy.
The Glamour Boys went down 1-0 at the hands of Saed Ramovic’s side, via an own goal by goalkeeper Brandon Peterson.
Without their star striker Ashley Du Preez, it was always going to be a tough ask for their visibly blunt attack.
But where was last weekend’s Kaizer Chiefs hero? An explanation has since been provided on the absence of Ashley Du Preez.
AMAKHOSI STAR FALLS ILL
“The striker misses the game due to flu infection, the club wrote on its website.” a report read.
Du Preez has 11 goals and five assists for the Glamour Boys. Since joining the club, no Amakhosi player has a better record at the club.
YOU’RE DECLARED USELESS BEFORE YOU’RE BORN – KAIZER CHIEFS COACH
“I was the head of technical of the club and reports were presented and we realised there were certain areas we needed to work on.” Ntseki explained regarding his appointment as Amakhosi head coach.
“There was a lot of noise about other coaches coming to Kaizer Chiefs and the club never said anything about anybody coming to the club.
“I think it was a plan from the club to have somebody from within to continue with the technical team. As for the public and anybody who had questions about me, I have said it that in South Africa you are declared useless before you are even born.
“And I think it’s a process all of us need to understand. When you are carried for nine months there is respect and belief that whoever is going to be born on this earth will have a big contribution to make.”
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