The latest news touching on topics surrounding Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns attracted some comments from Soccer Laduma's readers.
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Stories on Sundowns coach Rulani Mokwena's available striking options and Arthur Zwane's comments on the youngster he's willing to use to replace Caleb Bimenyimana earned a host of comments from avid readers.
Read: Zwane Identifies 'Top Class' Caleb Bimenyimana Replacement
Let's take a closer look at what they had to say...
Kaizer Chiefs' goal machine Caleb Bimenyimana continued his goal scoring form in their win over Golden Arrows on New Year's Eve, but hobbled off in the second half of the encounter, and is a doubt for Amakhosi's next fixture against Sekhukhune United.
Zwane on the other hand isn't worried about the Burundian's potential injury layoff, pointing out that he'll happily use youngster Wandile Duba in his place.
Here's what the readers had to say on the "Zwane Identifies 'Top Class' Caleb Bimenyimana Replacement" story:
"Coach where are the players you promised us? You promised to get one defender, winger and a striker in January. Now January is here, you're promoting young players. It good to promote them but also get some experienced players," says Mlekeleli.
"Our couch Zwane should use our development team because our senior players are used to making silly mistakes, especially when playing against Sundowns. Please, from this weekend's match, use more energetic players rather than the famous names. Khama always wastes time by falling down, When he is not playing, our team wins games. Please drop him," says Alfred Mokadi.
Peter Shalulile's extensive injury layoff may have exposed Downs' lack of depth in that number nine role, but the emergence of the young Cassius Mailula has worked perfectly for the league leaders.
Read: Rulani Responds To Shalulile Alternative Transfer Talk
Mokwena stated on the "Rulani Responds To Shalulile Alternative Transfer Talk" story, that the club isn't willing to press the panic button to purchase another striker in the January transfer window.
Here's what the fans had to say:
Without Shalulile, we are still winnings games and Sundowns will still be dominant without him. Shalulile will be history without Sundowns," says Calendar.
Another fan is already saying goodbye to the Namibian sharp-shooter:
"If player wants to go, then let him go because if you force him to stay, he's going be a problem. I want to thank him for what he's done for the team, he was performed very well," says Tinashe Kuzonyei4.
Scroll through the gallery to view snaps of Sundowns' strikers and Chiefs' youngsters:
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