Mangena: Abraw Chiefs main man

2015-12-05 07:15
Camaldine Abraw (Kaizer Chiefs website)

Cape Town - Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Mike Mangena believes Camaldine Abraw will be Amakhosi's main attacking threat that can hurt teams in the Premiership this season.

A Togo international, Abraw has scored two goals in eight appearances for the team from Naturena this term and has impressed with his general play in the final third of the pitch.

Chiefs coach Steve Khompela has not as yet settled on a first-choice combination up front, but Mangena has no doubt as to who he would pick in the team first.

Mangena told Soccer Laduma: "You see this boy, Abraw... what a player! This is one player who is lethal because you get two-in-one from that boy. 

"He can hold the ball very well for his teammates and he can also take the defenders on and play behind them with pace. He’s also a good finisher.

"I like this boy and if he can get the right service, he will kill a lot of teams."

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