Absa Premiership

Manqele wants Abraw combination

2015-10-15 17:30
Edward Manqele (Kaizer Chiefs Twitter account)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs striker Edward Manqele is eager to continue his partnership with Camaldine Abraw.

Chiefs coach Steve Komphela is still searching for his most efficient strike tandem since taking over in the off-season.

Having both joined in the recent transfer window, Amakhosi will turn to Manqele and Abraw to power the team to success.

"I have started two games where I partnered with Camaldine Abraw and in the first game against Ajax Cape Town I scored," Manqele told Soccer Laduma.

"We make a good combination, but I think every striker in the team can combine well with any other one.

"It's all about what the coach wants in that particular game. I enjoy playing with every player at the club, no matter who the coach wants me to play with.

"But, as I have said, I have enjoyed playing with Abraw in the games we have started together. As long as we produce the results for the team, that's what is important."

Meanwhile, Amakhosi will host Mpumalanga Black Aces at the FNB Stadium in an Absa Premiership fixture on Saturday, October 17.

Kick-off is at 20:15.


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