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Kaizer Chiefs 50 Greatest Players: Part 1 Of 5 | #KaizerChiefs

Kaizer Chiefs 50 Greatest players: Part 1 of 5 | #KaizerChiefs

Kaizer Chiefs celebrated their 47th anniversary and we have joined the festivities by taking you down memory lane with the 50 greatest ever players to feature for the Phefeni Glamour boy. This is part 1 of 5.


50: Tenashe Washington Nengomashea midfield general who worked tirelessly winning back the ball. He had a heart of a lion. A true servant of the club.


49: Trevor “kkk” Mthimkhulu, was a winger who was,  later converted into a right- full-back. He was good when overlapping. A clever player with good anticipation.


48: Mohamed Ouseb, was a versatile player, could play as a central defender and central midfielder. Very comfortable on the ball and could pass very well.


47: Jackie ” Asinamali” Masike, was a very good centre- back, reliable and score goals as well when he went upfield. Before he joined the club he played for Moletsane Real Tigers with the Likes of Chilliboy Koloba. A great overall talent .


46 : Nick Sekwane, was so dominant in the air, he had spring on his soles.a good reader of the game. Had a bite in his tackles m a real no nonsense defender. Was also going going forward.


45: Itumeleng Khune, arguably one of the best players of his generation. Very agile, good feet, great distributor of the ball. A communicator , organiser and good leader at the back.


44: Howard ” The Rock” Freese, was cool, calm and collected. A good header of the ball with an educated left-foot. Could take good free kicks as well.

16 February 2003, PSL, Kaizer Chiefs (1) v Santos (0), Olympia Park Stadium, Rustenburg, South Africa. Patrick Mabedi runs with ball, Photo Credit:© Gallo Images

43: Patrick Mabedi, clever defender. A good reader of the game. A good organiser and leader at the back. He was quick off the mark and great penalty taker.


42: Arthur “10111” Zwane, a skillfull and clever intelligent midfielder who could run all day. Could create and score goals. Had a great work ethic. A top class professional on and off the field.


41: Jimmy ” The Brixton tower” Joubert, was a strapping, intimidating figure. Very dominant in the air. Very brave and a great competitor.

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