When Arthur Zwane said that some players aren't good enough for Kaizer Chiefs, he set the cat among the pigeons.
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When asked what he thought contributed to the Chiefs' eight-year slump, Zwane provided an open and genuine response. He claimed that some athletes are simply not good enough, but have been treated as celebrities for far too long.
He avoided naming individuals, but his comments raised eyebrows since he simply validated what many of the club's followers had been talking about.
In this article, we examine the eight misses, or flops, that the Chiefs have made in the transfer market during the last eight years.
Sula Matovu – When he arrived from Iraqi side Al Najaf FC, the Ugandan was heralded as the best attacking midfielder the club had seen in a long time. Steve Komphela, who was the coach at the time at Amakhosi, gave him a chance, but he failed to show that he was the outstanding player that he was expected to be. He was dismissed after only one season at Naturena Arohasina Andrianarimanana — Despite the effort Chiefs put in to sign the Madagascan, he turned out to be one of those forgettable signings.