Absa Premiership

Mlwane expected more from Chiefs strikers

2016-04-26 07:36
Bernard Parker (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Humphrey Mlwane says he expected more from the experienced strikers at the club this season.

Amakhosi have scored 33 league goals so far in the campaign, with their top strikers Bernard Parker, Siphelele Mthembu and Camaldine Abraw only sharing six of those goals between themselves.

"I initially thought that Parker could do something and get the goals, but his finishing is a letdown," Mlwane told Goal website.

"It’s the same with Siphelele Mthembu. His work-rate is good but it is not complemented by his finishing.

"I think they just need a little bit of luck to get things right again because I think that’s what is deserting them at the moment."

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