Nurkovic needs Chiefs competition
Former player Robson Muchichwa has worryingly said the Kaizer Chiefs will regret not adding extra firepower to their squad.
Muchichwa – who won trophies with Amakhosi in the late 90s – said his former side would regret not adding a competing striker to Serbian Samir Nurkovic.
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In their first three league meetings, the Chiefs have only scored twice while conceding three goals.
“When it comes to quality, the Chiefs lack quality because in attack that’s where you have to see quality players,” said Muchichwa. Kickoff.com.
“It’s not that Nurkovic is a bad striker, but we just need a striker or two because he needs competition.
“For me, they made a mistake by not signing another quality forward to compete with Nurkovic. If things don’t go well, I think Kaizer Chiefs will regret it.
“Like now, things are not going well. So they might regret it at the end of the season.”
The Soweto giants currently find themselves running out of real attacking options with Colombian Leonardo Castro injured.
Attackers Khama Billiat and Lebogang Manyama have even been deployed in recent weeks as makeshift strikers.
Scroll through the gallery to see images of the Kaizer Chiefs’ loss at Sundowns