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Bitter-sweet for Kaizer Motaung Jnr

Posted: 19 January 2011 Time: 3:56 pm

Kaizer Motaung Jnr says he has experienced mixed emotions during the 2010/11 season so far. 

Whereas Amakhosi are very much in the League title race and have already won the Telkom Knockout Cup, it's been another disappointing season on the field for the 29-year-old striker.   He has played precious few games – a result of Knowledge Musona's amazing impact – and as a result managed just the one goal, but he is confident things could soon turn for him.   "What is more important is how the team has played … the team has played extremely great football," he says in the latest edition of KICK OFF magazine.    "We have been quick and exciting, and almost all the players are the same that we had last season; the technical staff is doing something right as consistency is crucial.    "But personally it is not what I would like it to be. It is essential that I keep on working on the important aspects of my game. I think things will head in my direction as long as I keep working.   "Firstly, I haven't played as many games as I would have wanted to. At the start of the season I was mainly on the bench and when I did come on I played about four times before I got the suspension after which I had an ankle injury, which derailed my progress again. Once you are out it's hard to get in because you really have to put up a fight.    "I know my personal goals that I have for the season and I haven't reached any yet, so I just have to keep working hard with a positive frame of mind.    There has been talk in recent seasons of Motaung Jnr leaving the club in search of regular game-time, but the chairman's son says it is very unlikely that he would ever make a move.   "That [leaving] will be really hard for me because my blood is gold and black. I love Kaizer Chiefs; to me it's one of the best teams to play for in Africa and I believe I still have a lot to contribute to the team. My heart and soul are here.    "It is easy to go somewhere remote and just to enjoy and have no pressure, but I would rather play at the highest level of pressure as long as I can."   HAVE YOUR SAY: Does Kaizer Motaung Jnr still have a role to play at the club?   * The latest edition of KICK OFF magazine (issue 397) is on sale now, and also presents the opportunity for one lucky reader to win a brand new Toyota! 

Article by: AN Other

Previous comments on this story...

Wonder
posted: 04:03 pm
Cow with a capital letters, boy you are a COW.

Sure you scored against Habas, but you still a COW..moooooo...mooooooo!
Anonymous
posted: 04:08 pm
To all Khosi fans, lets give this boy a chance, support him and the rest of the players and not boo him
Anonymous
posted: 04:10 pm
We ar stil looking fo more from u ' keep focused
Anonymous
posted: 04:12 pm
Jnr keep working hard bro I knw wht u capable off,u cn get back 2 da form dat made u our player of da season.keep banging dem in 2 dat net n let dem boo u
Dooba (Glory Reclaimed)
posted: 04:15 pm
"That [leaving] will be really hard for me because my blood is gold and black. I love Kaizer Chiefs; to me it's one of the best teams to play for in Africa and I believe I still have a lot to contribute to the team. My heart and soul are here.

"It is easy to go somewhere remote and just to enjoy and have no pressure, but I would rather play at the highest level of pressure as long as I can."

And people will start respecting you Mfana. Don't mind them when they say "Daddy gives you preference"- they are just jealous cos their fathers never owned an exciting football club, let alone a bicycle in their heydays.lol!!!

Keep focused and fight, see Stiga Lewis as a teammate who also fights to contribute to this big team and treat him as your equal- we don't want controversies and jealousies to kill our morale and good football like it is doing in the other clubs (Suncity and Kingpie) at the moment.
Bin Laden
posted: 04:16 pm
COW COW COW
tjovitjo
posted: 04:18 pm
Keep on working hard boy you'll get there. atleast you are contributing towards your dad's team, unlike sons of other chairmen(don't wanna mention names for obvious reasons), i don't think they even know what is an offside or penalty.

K4L
Marop wa le Downs
posted: 04:19 pm
I wish people like him could just shut up and play. he does more talking than playing. hai this Handkerchief
roger that
posted: 04:19 pm
leave where to because the only reason you are playing there is because it your fathers team lenkomole.
Mesh - K 4 L
posted: 04:41 pm
I would,any day prefer a Cow KAIZER JNR than a useless,washed up Tokoloshi Modise.

Heart attack to ma pirets heart attack,Julle Jakalas!!!!!

THE COW THAT CORZA WAS MILKING IS GONE,THATHA NEMATANDANI THATHA!!!!!
Sokka4Lyf
posted: 04:42 pm
Junior is one of the best strikers in south africa, petty he wil always be regarded as daddy's boy, your one touch football is entreprising, and your ability to shoot on awkward position is excellent, so is your movement, what is lacking now on you is self-believe, once you acquire that you will be unstoppable. it will come with time I believe in you.
Anonymous
posted: 04:48 pm

Imbuzi yenkomo nedada. Ukaizer yiDADA emadadeni.

like WOnder puts it, inkomo ngamagama amakhulu, mfana uyi-NKOMO
Anonymous
posted: 05:18 pm
natural born cow.lyk father lyk son
Sweyts',)
posted: 05:31 pm
Moooooooooh! mooooooooh! Mooooooh! lol!

Ay u-Bhamuzani Motaung yena, hhayi khona! Heeeheehe!
Sweyts',)
posted: 05:46 pm
@Matha, mh. not really mfethu, Kaizer Snr. was actually a brilliant left footed genius of note, it's just that with Jnr. he might have 'came' with his eyes half shut, that's why the sire was born half Bobby 'Porksteak' and half Jessica. lol.
A real 'Brahman' from meat and veg city. tl, tl, tl.
Anonymous
posted: 05:49 pm
he is a great player no doubt about that the problem is he will always be undermicroscope because of the relationship with the chairman and playing away from chiefs will prove to all those negative critics
Anonymous
posted: 05:52 pm
kaizer must try sumthing else he is not a player ke kgomo mooooooooo!!mooooooooo!!mooooooooo.
Anonymous
posted: 05:57 pm
Yes he might be a cow,but far much better Ndodembi Mbuyale,ha mubi ngathi u King
Anonymous
posted: 06:03 pm
Matha r u trying 2 tell us ur father was stupid. Kaizer snr will remain 1 of de greatest not only in SA but beyond. If u dont know anythng bout soccer just shut dat big mouth of urs.
Anonymous
posted: 06:20 pm
Wonder:2011-01-19 16:03


Cow with a capital letters, boy you are a COW.

..........
hehehehehe
I knew it Wonder. They way you put it jrrrr.
To kaizer mfana, jst get you confidence back, the only thing that has been letting you down.
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