Kaizer Chiefs Edmilson Dove

Emilson Dove with his young daughter. Image: Edmilson_Dove/Instagram

Kaizer Chiefs star shows his beautiful daughter

Someone on social media said there’s nothing beautiful like family content in football. Check out Kaizer Chiefs’ Edmilson Dove.

Kaizer Chiefs Edmilson Dove

Emilson Dove with his young daughter. Image: Edmilson_Dove/Instagram

It is finally pre-season and this means more time with loved ones. Kaizer Chiefs’ Edmilson Dove seems very excited to spend added time with his precious little daughter.


Soon after missing Amakhosi‘s final match of the season against Cape Town Spurs last weekend, the 29-year-old Dove shared a delightful moment with his little princess.

The Kaizer Chiefs Mozambican star shared the image on Instagram, saying “A bond like no other. Unconditional love.”

Edmilson Dove and his daughter. Image: Edmilson_Dove/Instagram

Meanwhile, Dove will be meeting with his international teammates soon. Mozambique will play World Cup 2026 qualifiers against Somalia and Guinea next month.


Meanwhile, Kaizer Chiefs’ poor 2023/24 season of finishing 10th has left many former players asking endless questions. The latest is Nhlanhla Kubheka. The former defender believes that Cavin Johnson, the recent interim coach, did not have the attributes and pedrigree to succeed. Kubheka also wonders if the existing players are aware of the club’s values.

“There are a lot of issues that need to be rectified at Chiefs. They need a new coach who is going to be able to inspire the players on the day, during the week and throughout the season,” Kubheka said via Sowetan.

“Unfortunately, the current coach [Cavin Johnson] … I don’t think he has those attributes or credibility to inspire Chiefs as a whole and bring change to the team.x

“And also, I think what they need to do is get players that will be able to understand what it is to play for [Kaizer] Chiefs. Another thing that I realised is that from time to time, they need to teach players whenever they sign them to understand the significance of playing for the club. The values, the legacy of the club and also teach them about their roles when they are being signed.

“You should be able to take an average player and make him the best player. When you look at [Mamelodi] Sundowns, they buy players from Black Leopards, Bloemfontein Celtic and other teams, but when they arrive there, they become the best players that you can think of.

“If we take the same players to [Kaizer] Chiefs, they become mediocre. I strongly believe that the culture of the team needs to be maintained for them to compete next season,” Kubheka concluded.

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