DESPITE THE SACK OF ERNST MIDDENDORP AND HIS ASSISTANT COACH thanks to THEIR INABILITY TO CLINCH THE LEAGUE TITLE FOR MAMELODI SUNDOWNS, JUNIOR KHANYE STILL BELIEVES THE MANAGEMENT AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS SHOULD LEAVE THE GATE OPEN FOR MORE PEOPLE TO EXIT THE CLUB
Khanye feels disappointed to witness Chiefs take off from the highest of the league on the previous day of Absa Premiership.
They ended the last-day match on a 1-1 draw with Baroka FC.
The former Kaizer Chiefs forward also mentioned that the board of directors of Chiefs made the proper decision after they sacked Middendorp and his assistant, but he said there are some players within the team who also must leave the club alongside the German coach.
“Chiefs made the proper decision to release the coach,” Khanye told Phakaaathi.
“But firing the coach isn’t enough, a number of the players that were signed at the beginning of the season, even some that were already there from last season don’t need to be at Chiefs.”
“They should keep Khune, Ngcobo, Billiat and Frosler, get an honest technical team consisting of Zipho Dlangalala, Sam Mbatha, Mandla Mazibuko and Lehlohonolo Seema – with Tinkler and Cavin Johnson within the mix they will build a team around them they players. Then they will release all the opposite players and obtain people who will fit into the playing sort of South African football.”