Khanye drooling over Mbule, Dolly, Billiat combination


Former Kaizer Chiefs star Junior Khanye is drooling at the prospect of SuperSport United star Sipho Mbule teaming up with Keagan Dolly and Khama Billiat.

Amakhosi are believed to have made a formal offer for midfielder Mbule as they are pushing to conclude a deal before the end of the January transfer window.

"Mbule will be an amazing signing for Kaizer Chiefs if they do get him as he's a star player," Khanye tells KickOff.

"Mbule is talented and you can see God gave him the talent, and the one who touched him touched on what he already had.

"One, he's arrogant on the ball, you cannot play for Chiefs relying on talent alone, you must have a big heart.

"Two, he is very strong mentally, he is talented, gifted. It is very rare to find a player from Free State with such cleverness, but I think he spent a lot of his time at SuperSport United development.

"He knows football, If you sign him it's like you have signed 'Tsiki-Tsiki', they must break the bank for him.

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"Kaizer Chiefs can suit him, imagine him and Keagan Dolly? Play him in number 10. At the moment they are not playing in departments they are too focused on this transition thing.

"You need a person who will variate, umuntu ozoke alibambe athi yimani kancani (Someone who will cool things down)...Aah uyalazi ibhola, he's skilful, he's got an individual brilliancy, can score goals, technically he's good, he understands the principles of the game especially the number 10 role.

"He hardly drops to his own half, he drops because of the system Kaetano Tembo is using at SuperSport United, he's not receiving the ball enough there.

"But at Kaizer Chiefs, these boys will mark for him and pass the ball to him. He's going to be the link between the defence, midfield and strikers.

"Imagine Keagan Dolly, Mbule, Khama Billiat and this boy Sekgota? Yhoo!! Kaizer Chiefs is going to be something else."

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