Cape Town - Former
South Africa international David Nyathi thinks that Kaizer Chiefs are likely to
get stronger as this Premiership campaign progresses.
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Nyathi, who actually used to play for Chiefs, said the
current squad will benefit tremendously from the experiences of those who
competed in the Africa Cup of Nations this month.
"It will definitely be a boost for Chiefs,” Nyathi told SAPA.
"The players will have learned from playing against their
peers on the continent.
“The experience will be invaluable and they can only get
better from it."
During the Africa Cup of Nations, South African clubs have
been involved in several friendly matches but those with players in the
national team are likely to possess a squad that is more match fit when the
"Besides the extra game-time, because the players were
actively involved in the tournament they will be able to add value to the club
when they compete in the Champions League."