Cape Town - Former
Chippa United coach Roger Sikhakhane is confident David Zulu will be able to
handle the pressure that comes with playing for Kaizer Chiefs.
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The striker was snapped up from the Chilli Boys during the
current transfer period, just days after the Port Elizabeth outfit sacked
Sikhakhane as head coach.
And while Zulu was an unused substitute in Friday's 1-0
friendly defeat against Hoffenheim, Sikhakhane believes the South Africa
international is set for a highly successful career with the Glamour Boys.
"Chiefs is big team and the pressure will be there from
the supporters,” Sikhakhane told KickOff.
"But I think he knows how to deal with those
"For him to gain confidence and get the supporters on
his side, he will certainly have to put the ball into the back of the net. And
as striker, you must also create important goals."
The tactician added: "He is good player but not a top
man or an out-and-out striker. He is a second striker who likes to play with
freedom and run with the ball, and if you give him that freedom and look for
those little spaces, I can bet you Chiefs will get the best out of him."