Fans Quick To React To Dolly & Zwane's Bafana Comments

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Kaizer Chiefs head coach Arthur Zwane.
Kaizer Chiefs head coach Arthur Zwane.

The latest news on Kaizer Chiefs' Arthur Zwane and Keagan Dolly speaking on Bafana Bafana has drawn some comments from Soccer Laduma's readers. 

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Soccer Laduma's daily readers and commenters continue to react to the latest news.

Stories on Keagan Dolly speaking about the chances of him representing Bafana Bafana again and Arthur Zwane comparing the national team to Kaizer Chiefs has seen SL readers sharing their views in the comments. 

Read: Dolly Talks Bafana Exclusion: I'm At This Stage In My Life Where...

Let's take a closer look at what they had to say...


Kaizer Chiefs baller Keagan Dolly discussed his chances of representing Bafana Bafana again after they qualified for next year's Africa Cup on Nations. 

Amakhosi had no players selected in Broos' latest squad that faced Liberia in the AFCON qualifiers, with Dolly still eager to be one of the Chiefs players that changes the Belgian's mind. 

Dolly has represented Bafana 23 times in the past and still holds ambitions of donning the national team colours at a major tournament. 

Here's how the readers reacted to the "Dolly Talks Bafana Exclusion: I'm At This Stage In My Life Where..." story: 

"I hope yesterday Dolly's massage was clear when he explained the patience of Downs' revival and what the club and Pitso went through in order to build a team that today, finds it easy to scout suitable players.

"We hope there will be no more organised marches to Naturena and club offices by impatience fans," says lombosngoape. 

"I stand to be corrected: They are going to the AFCON, not we're going to the AFCON," says mashifanae.

"The day he signed for Chiefs, he was signing to end his career. The best players went there and their careers were finished," says Dominate-downs.

Read: Zwane Compares Bafana Performance To Chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs head coach Arthur Zwane compared Bafana's 2-2 draw to Liberia at the Orlando Stadium to his side's previous struggles. 

Zwane, who congratulated Bafana for making the country proud by qualifying for next year's AFCON, says that their missed chances at the Orlando Stadium indicates that goal-scoring is not only a Kaizer Chiefs problem. 

He used Percy Tau as an example of a quality player who misses chances from time-to-time.

Here's how the readers reacted to the "Zwane Compares Bafana Performance To Chiefs" story: 

"He's attempting to shift the goal post," says Shikabala. 

"We need results, you've got our full support from us as Khosi supporters. Wish you all the best, Khosi. Go and get those 3 points [against Stellenbosch]," says phumlanijurie046. 

"PSL record... 8 year without a trophy," says Mdannanna, who's mocking Amakhosi's lengthy trophy draught. 

Scroll through the gallery to view snaps of Dolly and Zwane during Chiefs' Open Media Day: 

Kaizer Chiefs head coach Arthur Zwane.
Kaizer Chiefs head coach Arthur Zwane.
Kaizer Chiefs baller Keagan Dolly.
Kaizer Chiefs baller Keagan Dolly.
Kaizer Chiefs head coach Arthur Zwane.
Kaizer Chiefs head coach Arthur Zwane.
Kaizer Chiefs wing-back Dillan Solomons.
Kaizer Chiefs wing-back Dillan Solomons.

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