Komphela: Abraw needs confidence

2015-10-07 16:12
Camaldine Abraw (Kaizer Chiefs website)

Cape Town – Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela is confident that Camaldine Abraw will find form at the club despite a rusty start.

According to KickOff, Komphela has likened the forward’s poor form to that of Diego Costa and Fernando Torres.

“Any striker is boosted by confidence,” said Komphela.

“You could go to a Fernando Torres at Liverpool and a Fernando Torres at Chelsea. Or you could go to a Diego Costa at Atletico Madrid (where he was loaned out to a few teams before cracking it) and a Diego Costa at Chelsea.

“So at high levels of confidence they are the best but when the confidence is not very high you don't get the best out of them.

“So Abraw needs confidence and for a striker, that comes from scoring goals,” he says.

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