New Kaizer Chiefs “Nyaope” can dribble TOO MUCH, says former coach

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Kaizer Chiefs fans might need to be a bit patient with the new signings, especially Kamohelo Mahlatsi.

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As The South African website previously reported, the 24-year-old Kamohelo Mahlatsi is among Amakhosi’s seven new signings.

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The SuperSport United academy graduate from Sebokeng, Gauteng is nicknamed “Nyaope” for a reason. 

The attacking midfielder is capable of making his opponents look like they’re on Nyaope when he dribbles past them.

But it can be too much sometimes.

“I gave him the freedom because of his ability to go out and play,” his former Swallows FC coach Dylan Kerr said via Goal.

“He overcomplicates things and I used to say he could dribble up his own backside if he could.”

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Mahlatsi is predicted to get the number 7 shirt that has been l made available by Lazarous Kambole. Nyaope has also favoured the numbers 3 and 6 at his previous clubs. Image: @KaizerChiefs / Twitter

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Kerr added to reveal where Mahlatsi needs to improve to become a top player: scoring goals, which is almost the same challenge facing nearly every attacking midfielder in Mzansi.

“Potentially he is a game-changer, [but] he needs to get better in the final third, especially in and around the box with his decision making,” the Englishman concluded.

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Meanwhile, Arthur Zwane’s side will start the season away in the Western Cape against Stellenbosch FC in the MTN8 quarter-finals in early August.

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