Why Kaizer now : Collins Mbesuma is undoubtedly one of the top strikers in the Premier Soccer League having proved that in the recent concluded season . When he scored 14 of the best, walking away with the golden boot.
However, with the club being sold to Cape Town based, John Commits. News were broke last week that the new boss has released few players . And amongst them is 2015/16’s top goalscorer. The truth is that age is just a number . And with Amakhosi having just released 20 players,they are busy out there scouting players.
With Mbesuma now free to go perhaps Bobby should gamble . And lure the Zambian international on a short term contract . Knowing that his experience can be vital for the upcoming season. One would say Mbesuma is a ‘madala now’ . And believe that it doesn’t matter, because if it matters, we wouldn’t see the likes of Jose Mourinho signing Zlaytan Ibrahimovic.
With that being said, should Chiefs offer Mbesuma a short term contract?
This article was written by a Soccer Laduma reader and reflects their opinion, not that of Soccer Laduma.
Kaizer Chiefs should sign Collins Mbesuma
Kaizer Chiefs need to start planning for next season . And KICK OFF’s Zola Doda feels Collins Mbesuma could be the perfect short-term solution to their goalscoring problems.
Amakhosi have failed to score in their last five matches, their worst record since the modern-pay PSL was formed in 1996/97.
It has seen them being knocked out of the Nedbank Cup and CAF Champions League, and also slip out of the League title race.
KICK OFF senior writer Doda says drastic changes are needed, starting with a commanding leader at the back, some creativity in midfield, and then a striker.
“Short-term, and I know fans will be surprised, they need to go for Collins Mbesuma. If they can make an offer for Mbesuma and get two good season, that’s it, while they are looking for a good young striker that is going to play for a long time,” he says.
Doda also gives his thoughts on whether Steve Komphela will get another season, and who could potentially replace him.
Watch the full interview here: