Giovanni Solinas anxious for Lorenzo Gordinho to return to Chiefs

Giovanni Solinas anxious for Lorenzo Gordinho to return to Chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs coach remains anxious to have Gordinho come to his aid as his error strewn defence is still unconvincing

- Bloemfontein Celtic, meanwhile, are adamant the player will remain at the club until he finishes his 12 month loan spell.

- The Chiefs coach admitted that the matter was not in his hands but he was waiting for management to bring the player back to the fold.

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Kaizer Chiefs gaffer Giovanni Solinas is still anxious to have the club return Lorenzo Gordinho from his loan spell from Bloemfontein Celtics. The coach is still unimpressed about his rearguard which has only kept one clean sheet against 10 men Maritzburg while conceding a glut of goals in a disappointing to start to the season. He has witnessed his defence make uncharacteristic errors in all sorts of detail and he is most keen to have Gordinho back in the fold.

Giovanni Solinas anxious for Lorenzo Gordinho to return to Chiefs

Lorenzo Gordinho has had an impressive start at the heart of Celtic's defence

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Gordinho has turned in match winning performances in a 100% start to the season for the cash strapped Bloemfontein Celtic. Briefly.co.za learned that the player himself is keen to return to Naturena because of the financial complications his current side are facing. However, the side want to keep him and are hoping a proposed take over will see a change in the fortunes of the team off the pitch. Solinas remains keen to add the player to his faltering rearguard and hope to start collecting crucial points with a stable back line.

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