New Kaizer Chiefs attacker Mduduzi Mdantsane is yet to show us the player he was at Cape Town City. “Mdu” has now suggested a possible reason.
After making his name at Baroka FC and later at Cape Town City as a central attacking midfield maestro, the 28-year-old from Leandra in Mpumalanga has been underwhelming since moving to Naturena in July.
With only one assist in seven games, the former Chiefs academy star has admitted that the Amakhosi jersey is not so easy to wear.
“It’s not easy to wear the KC jersey but you have to be strong and you have to demand more from yourself as well and try to push each and every chance you get,” Mdantsane said via iDiskiTimes.
“So I think it’s not that difficult but I’m strong, I’m a professional. I know what’s at stake and what I need to do,” he added.
Meanwhile, Amakhosi will be back in action on Saturday, 16 September at home to Royal AM.
As Kaizer Chiefs prepares to face Royal AM on Saturday, September 16th, fans will be eagerly watching to see if Mdantsane can overcome his challenges and shine in the upcoming match.