- Kaizer Chiefs head coach Giovanni Solinas has once again heaped praise on Khama Billiat
- Solinas believes Billiat makes as big a contribution to Kaizer Chiefs as Messi does to Barcelona
- The Italian-born coach has previously said he believes Billiat is the best player in South Africa
Kaizer Chiefs head coach Giovanni Solinas has once again heaped praise on striker Khama Billiat and believes the player makes as big a contribution to the Kaizer Chiefs team as Messi does to Barcelona and Argentina.
Solinas has made no secret about the fact that he believes Billiat is the best player in South Africa. Billiat’s form in the 2018/19 season seems to support that lofty praises of his boss and he has become one of the most feared strikers in the Premier Soccer League (PSL).
Billiat has proven to be a welcome addition at Kaizer Chiefs and has shown his class in both set-pieces and open play. Billiat has assisted in three goals and scored three goals of his own in the opening part of the season.
Briefly.co.za gathered that Solinas once again said he believed that the Zimbabwean national is currently the best player in the PSL and was invaluable to the Kaizer Chiefs setup.
Sport24.com reported that Solinas said Barcelona pay with ten player plus Messi and the same holds true for Kaizer Chiefs, the team plays with ten players plus Billiat.
Solinas said Billiat was one of a very small number of players who could make a difference and affect the outcome of a match on his own.
Kaizer Chiefs are on a mini-break at the moment and will only play their next match against Highlands Park on Tuesday 2 October. Solinas said he was grateful for the break because it would give him additional time to work with his squad and refine parts of the game which he still worried about.
Kaizer Chiefs endured a miserable start to the season but have come good in recent weeks after winning three out of three matches. Solinas added that Chiefs supporters could look forward to more good results because the team was only getting better
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