Kaizer Chiefs Star Player Khama Billiat Under Attack
All is not well for Kaizer Chiefs headliner Khama Billiat as he is now under attack for failing to convey for his side this season regardless of being the most generously compensated player in the South African expert football association, Absa Premiership. The Zimbabwean star forward has persevered through his most exceedingly terrible season since his huge break into the premiership from CAPS United in 2010.
Despite the fact that Khama’s messy beginning to the season has been perplexed by injury, with just a single goal in his name in 16 appearances, his unremarkable presentation has started shock, with many addressing whether he merits a six-figure compensation. Among the most recent attacks on Billiat was from former Amakhosi striker, Mark Williams.
Addressing universal soccer publication Soccer Laduma, Williams stated,
‘If I am the CEO and the boss of Kaizer Chiefs and I pay almost a billion for somebody, and he is not playing, I am going to be a bit frustrated and would ask the coach, why isn’t that one of my most expensive players that I am paying R800 thousand to a R1 million a month, is not playing?’
‘So, (it means) the investment that the club is doing is not good because the coach and the player don’t see eye-to-eye. Is it because of Billiat’s mentality?’
Because we all know, at the end of the day, Billiat is a good player, if he is fit, and his mind is right,’ Williams told the publication.
As indicated by former Warriors group supervisor Wellington Mpandare, who has chosen to go to Khama’s side, the blast of analysis terminated at Khama by South African media is driven by a vindictive plan to wage a war between the Kaizer Chiefs fans and the enormous acquiring footballer.
In a protracted meeting with the Chronicle, Mpandare likewise added that the assaults appear to be driven by noxiousness from certain individuals failing to come to terms with the fact that the Zimbabwean headliner is one of the most generously compensated footballers in the premiership.
‘It’s very clear that Khama is being targeted and there is nothing, really, at the moment that he can do right because a negative angle has to be sought and highlighted all the time. It’s been some kind of a pattern since he joined Kaizer Chiefs with some people seemingly unhappy with the deal which his management team secured for him.