Kaizer Chiefs' new Zimbabwean recruit must work hard says Nengomasha

Kaizer Chiefs' new Zimbabwean recruit must work hard says Nengomasha
Teenage Hadebe

by Phumzile Ngcatshe

Tuesday Jul 11, 2017. 12:30

Former Zimbabwe and Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Tinashe Nengomasha says new Amakhosi recruit, Teenage Hadebe must be ready for the huge responsibility which will be placed on his shoulders.

'The General' was speaking to the Sowetan website regarding the Warriors defender who recently completed his switch to Naturena.

Nengomasha has urged Hadebe to do well for himself with the Soweto giants and also lead by example for fellow Zimbabweans who aspire to play for Steve Komphela's side.

“It’s a big responsibility for him because there are some boys who have come from Zimbabwe and didn’t set the stage alight‚” Nengomasha said.


“He must understand the situation he is in. He also has to redeem things for us and pave the way for youngsters back home who aspire to play for Chiefs.

“If he does well‚ Chiefs will believe that we still have the quality. You can go as far back as the days of Mike Maringa‚ Robson Muchichwa and (Ebson) Sugar Muguyo.

“When I started at Chiefs‚ I was told about Muguyo by most people in the club. Teenage must carry that responsibility of raising Zimbabwe’s flag.”

Hadebe will hope to make his debut for Chiefs when they play in the 2017/18 Bokone Bophirima Maize in Orkney this coming weekend.

They are up against Botswana giants Township Rollers in the second semifinal on Saturday, July 15 at 12:00 (CAT).

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