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Why Junior Khanye Always Talks About Kaizer Chiefs?

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Why Junior Khanye Always Talks About Kaizer Chiefs?

Why Junior Khanye Always Talks About Kaizer Chiefs? This is a question most people ask themselves about. But some people believe that he hates Kaizer Chiefs and others believe that he always talks the truth.

“Ernst Middendorp was not supposed to come back to Kaizer Chiefs in the first place, he failed to win anything during his first stint with the club,” Khanye tells KickOff.com.

“I want to commend the club for the decision. He didn’t bring anything to the players. Shaun Bartlett, I watched him coach at AmaTuks and his style of football didn’t convince me.

“The playing personnel must also be overhauled. There are a number of players that must also go. Bernard Parker, Kgotso Moleko and Willard Katsande are some of the players that need to be replaced with new blood.

“Players like Itumeleng Khune, Eric Mathoho, Khama Billiat and Nkosingiphile Ngcobo must remain and blend with the youngsters. As I said before, the club needs to rebuild the structure and be patient.

“I also spoke about development. That’s another area that needs serious attention.

“The last time Chiefs produced great talent was during the time of Isaac Mabotsa, Lucky Maselesele, Nhlanhla Kubheka, Jabu Mahlangu and Thabiso ‘Skapie’ Malatsi.

“It’s time for Chiefs to go to development and produce good players again.”

Khanye talked about the twitter account.

“My brother I am not really disappointed to hear people calling me about Twitter. I am not a social media person,” he tells KickOff.com.

“The only account I have is on Instagram and it’s being run by Mogomotsi, the guy running my Junior Khanye Foundation. He also doesn’t just post unless I ask him to post something.

“This thing about these fake social media accounts is messing up my name. People must know that I don’t have a Twitter account and must not follow it because it’s a fake.”

“My brother I have not retired from football. At the age of 35 I still want to play football,” says the former Maritzburg United midfielder.

“I still have the passion and hunger to play football. I am fit and have been training hard here at home in Daveyton during the lockdown.”

People suggested that he should become a coach but this how he responded

“I have no interest in coaching. I feel like some people do not understand football very well and it’s like they don’t have the knowledge of the game like they should,” said Junior.

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“I still want to play. I am not done with football as yet and that’s why I have been reluctant to accept some of the offers I have been getting which have nothing to do with football. I train everyday like any other player and I am available to join any club,” he said.

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“They must go back to their [old] structure. Identify a head of junior development. I am talking about Farouk Khan,” Khanye told iDiski.

“I believe Khan can help the team in terms of having a spine and their development to be strong. The club should have a common philosophy. I would love to see Dan Dance [Malesela] being assistant to Eric Tinkler or to Cavin Johnson.

“Next year they must restructure their team. They start from the bottom. They should go back to their culture of [having] a coach running their development like [Farouk] Khan.

“Having a very strong development structure so that when the coach of the senior side wants a player [from the academy], the culture is the same.

“I know Eric Tinkler believes in the philosophy of playing [good] football. They can appoint Tinkler as the head coach with Dan Dance as his assistant coach and if Maritzburg do not want to release Tinkler they can appoint Cavin Johnson and Dan Dance, with Farouk Khan running the junior development structure.”

“Kaizer Chiefs are a very big club and they should have a network of proper scouts,” said Khanye.

“When did their development structure last produced a player? When last did you see a player emerge from their development to shine? If there is a youngster who gives the senior players pressure by playing, he will give problems to those senior players. They get paid so much but when are they giving?

“They should sit down in the boardroom and say that that now we are building a team for a couple of years.”

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