Motlohi: Can't lose Zungu to Chiefs

2015-10-14 18:00
Bongani Zungu (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Former Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Charles Motlohi says the club cannot allow Bongani Zungu to join Kaizer Chiefs.

According to Goal website, Motlohi believes that losing the Bafana Bafana midfielder to Chiefs would be a huge blow for the Brazilians.

“It will really be a massive blow if he can leave Sundowns for Chiefs. I have no doubt about his talent, he is a top player,” adds the former midfield kingpin

“My only worry about him and the other players is a lack of consistency in their performance.

“He is one of those boys who have shown that he has everything you need in a midfielder, but he must give good performances week in and week out,” he said.

The 23-year-old is currently in his last year of his contract with Sundowns and has attracted interest from Europe.


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