Makua: Mayambela would do well at Chiefs

2016-05-06 18:30
Mark Mayambela (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Frank Makua believes former Supersport United play-maker Mark Mayambela would do well at Naturena.

Mayambela was recently released from his contract with Matsatsantsa because of his poor work ethic and discipline issues, lasting only four months in Tshwane after joining the club from Chippa United in January.

Makua feels if given a fair chance, the 29-year-old could shine at a club like Chiefs.

"I think he is a good player, it is just that the discipline is not there," Makua told Goal website.

"Given a fair chance I think he can perform well for a team like Chiefs. I think he just needs to play for a bigger team with a bigger crowd."

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