Former Kaizer Chiefs star defender Isaac Mabotsa believes it would not be a great idea to bring Andriamirado Andrianarimanana back to Naturena.
'Dax' as the Madagascar international is known recently parted ways with Black Leopards and is now a free agent.
Mabotsa says even though he likes the football played by the midfielder, taking such a decision will hinder the progress of the performing youngsters in the team.
'Yster' was asked if he thought the Glamour Boys should bring back the player next season considering the good performances he produced for the team before his departure.
"To be honest, I don't think so my brother," Mabotsa tells KickOff.com.
"Ya because now the way things are I think they've got youngsters that are now starting to perform you see. For me I don't think he's needed. That's my opinion.
"He's a good player you see but to be honest, when was the last time he played? Long time ago. Chiefs is a big team, they need someone who will be able to play immediately you understand. I think it will be a tough decision for them to bring him back."
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"He is a good player, I'm not saying he is not a good player. He did well before he left Chiefs. I was also surprised why they were letting him go you see. But for now second spell, I don't think he will fit there.
"I mean to be honest, there's no player that doesn't want to play for Chiefs. I think him also, it's his wish to go back to Chiefs to repay what has happened because of him you understand.
"Yes, somebody can say the youngsters are only there because the club had no choice as they are currently banned from signing players, but they have raised their hand. You can see even last weekend it's the youngsters who scored.
"My problem with Dax is his lack of game-time. Before the Leopards-Chiefs game he was no longer playing. And whatever happened in his life I think it affected him you understand.
"I think he can find those small teams and first rebuild his confidence there. As for him, he's a good player to be honest."