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Mkhonza: Altering formation won't change Chiefs

2016-03-23 11:26
Bloemfontein Celtic v Kaizer Chiefs (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Legendary Kaizer Chiefs defender Joseph Mkhonza believes that Steve Komphela does need to change the formation in order to get their season back on track.

According to Goal website, Mkhonza says that the players that Komphela has at his disposal does not allow him to fiddle with tactical formations.

“This one the 3-5-2, I don’t think it will work with them,” Mkhonza said.

“They can play any other formation, it would be fine for them because of the players they have.”

“I don’t think changing formations now is going to solve their problem.

“They haven’t played that system for a long time."

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