The latest news touching on topics surrounding a former Orlando Pirates midfielder and a Kaizer Chiefs legend has the attention of Soccer Laduma's opinionated readers.
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Soccer Laduma's readers and commenters reacted to the latest local football news.
Stories on Andile Jali's future at Mamelodi Sundowns and Brian Baloyi's comments on the quality of foreign players in the DStv Premiership had our readers rushing to share their thoughts.
Read: Pirates & Chiefs Lurk As Jali Faces Uncertain Future
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Andile Jali's contract expires at the end of the season and while reports suggest that Masandawana have offered the experienced baller a lucrative new contract, it remains to be seen if Jali will stay put in Chloorkop.
The story "Pirates & Chiefs Lurk As Jali Faces Uncertain Future" fans were quick to dismiss the possibility of Jali leaving the reigning DStv Premiership champions:
"AJ once had an interview with Marawa and if that interview is anything go by, the guy has found a home at Chloorkop," says Shikabala.
"But editor Mike Makaab said there is no team that has approached them. They will listen to what Sundowns is offering. And wena editor do you honestly think AJ15 can choose Macufe over Champions League? They can lurk all they want. AJ is not done winning silverware. Look at Billiat, he last won silverware at Sundowns in 2018," says Thulasmda.
Former Sundowns and Chiefs shot-stopper Brian Baloyi questioned the quality of the DStv Premiership and how the league is failing to attract the hottest talent on the African continent.
Read: Brian Baloyi Raises Concern Over Quality Of Foreign Players
On the story "Brian Baloyi Raises Concern Over Quality Of Foreign Players," readers shared some mixed views on Baloyi's comments, with one taking a jab at the retired goalkeeper:
"I concur with Brian, typical example is Shalulile. He is scoring because he is always in the box, spoon-fed by quality players. Most of his goals are just tap ins, headers from corner kicks and other set places. He is not creative like abo Jabu Pule," says Mr Soccer Enthusiast.
"I only know one Burundian guy who had decided to leave a former team of Brian's but only for that particular team to recall him. Now the veteran is saying that he not of a good quality," says Shikabala.
"Remember you conceded two goals in the final of African nations cup. You played a part in lowering our standard of football," says ns1owam.
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