The latest news touching on topics surrounding Kaizer Chiefs, including stories involving two young ballers at the club has the attention of Soccer Laduma's passionate readers.
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Soccer Laduma's readers and commenters who support Chiefs reacted to the latest news.
Stories on Arthur Zwane's comments regarding Njabulo Blom's contract situation and his return to training, and Brain Baloyi raising concerns over the progress of Nkosingiphile Ngcobo has our readers responding quickly in the comment sections.
Read: Kaizer Chiefs Head Coach Arthur Zwane Reacts To The Return Of Njabulo Blom
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With the tension between Blom's representatives and Kaizer Chiefs calming down over the player's contact extension, Zwane stated that he's happy the versatile baller has recovered after missing the Carling Black Label Cup and that he's looking "sharp."
On the "Kaizer Chiefs Head Coach Arthur Zwane Reacts To The Return Of Njabulo Blom" story, a fan wants a former Amakhosi coach to get some credit for introducing Blom into the club's first team:
"Ernst Middendorp must also be credited for having given this boy first team debut in 2019 at only 19. He believed so much in this boy," says thami.tiki0503.
Kaizer Chiefs legend Brian Baloyi has been let down by his former club's management of talented midfielder Nkosingiphile Ngcobo.
Baloyi believes the club has not done enough to help the 23-year-old to grow and take his game to the next level. On the "Legend: How Chiefs Are Not Helping Ngcobo" story, the readers shared their opinions on the young player:
"Players obviously should be given game time and it is incumbent upon the player to improve his play. Improving play is to be in the gym even at his own time. That will help a player to improve the physical aspect of his body especially the upper body. Some defenders are tough so a player should be able to withstand that part of competition.
"A player should also improve the speed hoing forward and to be good on and off the ball. Stamina is of vital importance in every player," says Mr Soccer Enthusiast.
"I partly concur with Brian Baloyi but Mshini's lack of progress can't be solely attributed to Chiefs. Mshini as well has to take the blame for his cameo appearances. He has talent in abundance but if this is not combined with consistency, it will certainly yield nothing.
"Mshini plays in patches. One game blazing hot and another blowing cold. This is the only aspect of his game that needs to be worked on and no coach can help him with this but himself," says gsithole.
Read: Legend: How Chiefs Are Not Helping Ngcobo
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