Ndlanya: Chiefs need to buy players

2016-05-16 10:23
Bobby Motaung (Gallo)

Cape Town - Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Pollen Ndlanya believes the club need to sign quality players, if they stand a chance of coming back stronger next season.

After confirming the departure of goalkeeper Reyaad Pieterse and veteran Reneilwe Letsholonyane, Amakhosi are expected to make more changes in their squad, as they prepare to bring the glory days back to Naturena next year.

Ndlanya, who scored over 30 goals in 54 appearances for the Glamour Boys between 1994 and 1996, insists the club need to venture into the market and focus on bringing in quality, following their disappointing first campaign under coach Steve Komphela.

"Chiefs need to go and buy players. They need to sign deadly strikers. They can create chances but the only problem is to bury those chances," Ndlanya told KickOff.

"The club need to open their cheque book and go and sign quality players.

"Players like [Phakamani] Mahlambi and Sbusiso Vilakazi are the kind of players that Chiefs need to sign."

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