WINNERS: KAIZER CHIEFS
Kaizer Chiefs needed to dig deep into their own pockets to land an experienced goalkeeper following Itumeleng Khune’s shoulder injury.
Virgil Vries was tasked with filling Khune’s boots, but he made a few goalkeeping blunders which led to the team dropping crucial points in the process.
After failing to secure the services of Darren Keet from Bidvest Wits, Amakhosi widened the pool and signed Daniel Akpeyi to come and provide stability to their goalkeeping department which looks very thin and inexperienced in Khune’s absence.
Akpeyi’s signing may not be approved by the majority of Chiefs fans, but he brings something different to what Vries is currently offering.
The acquisition of Reeve Frosler was a masterstroke, and Chiefs should be commended for bringing in the young full-back, especially with Ramahlwe Mphahlele still trying his feet following a lengthy spell on the sidelines.
Happy Mashiane was promoted from the club’s reserve team and he has already won the hearts of many with his silky touches and runs on the left-hand side. This was a decent transfer window for the Glamour Boys.
Baroka are struggling to move up the ladder,