Absa Premiership

New Chiefs duo backed to succeed

2016-07-04 21:03
Michelle Katsvairo (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Robson Muchichwa has backed his compatriots Edmore Chirambadare and Michelle Katsvairo to make their mark at Amakhosi.

Chiefs announced the signing of the Zimbabwean duo alongside six other players last week.

The Soweto giants have made wholesale changes to their squad after some 20 members of the playing squad were released or placed on the transfer list.

The duo will be hoping to add to the list of Zimbabweans to make a name for themselves at Chiefs in the past including Muchichwa, Knowledge Musona and Tinashe Nengomasha.

"Chiefs know which players are good for their team and system. I know even the ones they have signed this year will make it at Chiefs," Muchichwa told Soccer Laduma.

"They did very well at Chicken Inn and helped the team win the league in Zimbabwe and if they can take the same form then I don't see why they can't make it at Chiefs."

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