Mkhonza on Modise Chiefs claims

Modise in his prime at Pirates. Image: @_Buczology / Twitter

Pirates and Downs legend’s special advice for Kaizer Chiefs

Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns legend Teko Modise has some special advice for struggling rival side Kaizer Chiefs.

Mkhonza on Modise Chiefs claims

Modise in his prime at Pirates. Image: @_Buczology / Twitter

Orlando Pirates and Sundowns legend Teko Modise believes Kaizer Chiefs are slowly but surely losing their big team status in Africa.

The Glamour Boys last lifted a trophy over nine years ago and now, South African football icon Teko Modise has issued a desperate plea to the club’s management.

According to Modise, the constant coaching changes are denting any hopes of returning the club back to its former glory days.

Pirates and Downs’ urgent advice to Kaizer Chiefs

“Chiefs have changed coaches. In the last two seasons, they have had three different coaches and three different styles of play,” Orlando Pirates legend Teko Modise told Citizen.

“I think the biggest thing that needs to happen at Kaizer Chiefs is to go back to the culture of what Chiefs is.

“The way Kaizer Chiefs play. It’s something we have not seen in a long time and that means maybe they need to find the coach that will instill this kind of play and the players that will buy into it.”

In other news, Former Orlando Pirates striker Gabadinho Mhango is on the wanted list of a rival DStv Premiership club.

Now plying his trade for Swallows FC, the Malawian attacker has been linked with a move to Sekhukhune United!

Mhango has featured for the likes of Bloemfontein Celtic, Golden Arrows, Bidvest Wits, Orlando Pirates and AmaZulu in the past.

The former Orlando Pirates star has scored 66 club goals since coming to South Africa in 2013.

Sekhukhune United eyeing former Wits and Bucs star

“Mhango is one of the guys who has been identified as someone who could come and help the team,” an insider told Citizen regarding the former Pirates and Wits star.

“He is a very talented striker and someone who has a lot of experience playing in the DStv Premiership. If you look at him now, you can see that there is still a lot of hunger in him.

“It’s not like the team doesn’t have players who can do the job, it is just that there needs to be competition. This is because they feel like some players are relaxed because there is also no completion.

“If you look at the squad, it’s a big squad, close to 40 players. But also some people are not competing. With so much investment in the team, there is therefore a need to strengthen it.” a source added regarding the former Bidvest Wits and Orlando Pirates star.

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