Don't blame Bobby for all of Kaizer Chiefs’ failures - Pollen Ndlanya

Don't blame Bobby for all of Kaizer Chiefs’ failures - Pollen Ndlanya

- Former Kaizer Chiefs star, Pollen Ndlanya, has leapt to the defence of team manager, Bobby Motaung

- While Ndlanya feels Motaung is partially responsible, he feels the management team as a whole has failed

- The former striker feels that Chiefs need to open their cheque book and sign better players going forward

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Former Kaizer Chiefs star, Pollen Ndlanya, has resisted the temptation to jump on the blame Bobby Motaung bandwagon.

The Chiefs football manager has received a lot of flak from supporters over the dismal state the club finds itself in.

However, Ndlanya feels that Motaung isn’t the only one who should be accountable and feels that the management team needs to step up.

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Ndlanya said, “Obviously‚ for quality players they have to put up the money, but at the same time I must say that I don’t want to mention one person like Bobby Motaung as the manager – the whole management have failed the team.”

SowetanLIVE reported that Ndlanya feels that the calibre of players is the major issue at the club.

The former striker feels that the Amakhosi needs to spend more on transfers to avoid bringing in mediocre players.

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Ndlanya added, “They need to replace these old madalas‚ and put in young‚ quality players in. I don’t want to mention names‚ but they know who they are.”

Briefly.co.za also understands that Ndlanya criticised those in charge of recruitment at Chiefs.

He suggested that with the right recruitment team and right budget, the glory days will soon return to his former stomping ground.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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