Arthur Zwane would love to see more Kaizer Chiefs legends visit the club’s headquarters following Doc Khumalo’s recent visit, reports Goal.com’s Austin Ditlhobolo.
“He’s always part of the family, his contribution to the club is second to none and so, whenever he comes to visit, whenever he comes to see us, we embrace that. It was good to see him as well,” Zwane said.
“We always talk about football and share ideas as well. We learn from each other. It [the tradition of club legends visiting before a derby] played a huge role in the past and it’s still going to play a huge role going forward.
“But I would love to see them [club legends] quite more often, not only when it’s the derby, because all the games are equally important,” he added.
“Yes, it’s good [that legends visit the club] because it also helps these players realise the importance of playing in the derby. You can create history. You can be remembered. We’re talking about Mntungwa [Khumalo] right now and there’s many other players who did very well.”
“So we also want these players to be among the best, not only during the derby.”
Can we see 16V playing a role within Amakhosi’s technical team in the near future?
“Jesus took my money to save my soul,” says Buhle Mkhwanazi.
Mkhwanazi made the headlines yesterday after revealing the details of his Bidvest Wits contract, and went on to say how Jesus had saved his soul.
What did Buhle say?
“I remember l used to boast about the numbers on my contract, not knowing that my soul was suffering,” The day Jesus Christ visited me, I never knew that all this will be taken away from me by him just for my soul to be saved.”
And the reason behind the revelation?
“The reason for my post was to free my peers from some of the things they’re facing,” Mkhwanazi told Thabiso Mosia.
“Even today I had a vision and something spoke to me to say I must share this thing, spread the word.
“Even when I was at SuperSport United I was preaching to these boys Teboho Mokoena, Sipho Mbule, even Bantu Mzwakali.”
TS Galaxy sign Ivorian striker.
Despite their well documented financial troubles, TS Galaxy have managed to bolster their misfiring attack by confirming the addion of Ivorian striker, Bernard Yao Kouassi,as previously reported by ThisIsFootball.Africa .
The 28-year-old has previously turned out for Asec Mimosas and TAS Casablanca.
He joins a TS Galaxy side that has managed a meager 13 goals in 20 league games, in a two year deal.
Hopefully, having his home boy, Djakaridja Traoré at Galaxy, will help him settle as quick as possible. Traore has netted four times for The Rockets so far this season.
Saile promises Amakhosi a lot of goals.
He came highly recommended, with a reputation for scoring goals with much ease, and he has not disappointed so far, providing an assist and scoring a goal in three matches.
He has promised more to Kaizer Chiefs.
“I have played in three games so far and have a goal and an assist, so it is good but it is not finished.
“We’ve got another game on Sunday and I have to score a lot more goals for this team.”
He will be expected to add to struggling Lamontville Golden Arrows woes on Sunday.
“I want to play overseas, “says Brandon Petersen.
“Kaizer Chiefs is one of the biggest clubs in Africa. Who wouldn’t want to be here? I always said that from here I want to go to Europe,” he told journalists.
“I want to go overseas when I get the opportunity. As long as they want me here I will stay here. I don’t have a problem with it.
“Because I like it here, they treat you well here. The facility, everything is world class and everything that a professional player wants. So as long as they want me here I will stay here.”
Petersen has been in good form for Amakhosi lately, keeping three clean sheets in three game, and looks to keep Itumeleng Khune on the bench for an extended period.