Kaizer Chiefs starting XI under Nabi with FOUR dream signings

Kaizer Chiefs could soon have a new coach, a revamped technical team and several sparkly new signings. How will the side look under Nasreddine Nabi?

Dream Kaizer Chiefs XI under Nasreddine Nabi

Depending on which publications you read, Chiefs are interested in several high-profile local players. Although the large majority of those rumours won’t bear fruit, incoming boss Nabi will want to stamp his mark on this side and add one or two quality players. Here’s how the side could line up if the Tunisian tactician added some marquee names doing the rounds in the rumour mill. We’re not saying it’s realistic, but it’s quite fun:

Nwabali; Frosler, Msimango, Ditlhokwe, Basadien; Mthethwa, Castillo; Mokwana, Shabalala, Mmodi; Rayners.

The race is on for bragging rights as the country’s top goal scorer in this season’s DStv Premiership. Who is your money on?Image: Backpagepix

Nabi wants to entertain the fans

FAR Rabat boss Nasreddine Nabi has reiterated his desire to ‘put on a good show’ for the supporters to enjoy and shared the secret to his team’s productivity in front of goal this term. They’ve scored 63 times in 29 matches, 14 more than any other side in the division. This revelation will be particularly pleasing for Kaizer Chiefs fans, who always demand entertaining, attack-minded football. The Glamour Boys only scored 25 times in 30 DStv Prem matches in 2023-2024. That’s an abysmal record that needs to change. Since when did a top side score 0.83 goals per game in their league competition? Not only is Nabi committed to expansive football, but he’s also a proven winner after back-to-back trebles with Young Africans in Tanzania.

When quizzed on FAR’s scoring exploits back in March, he cited two key reasons:

“The first is that we have high-calibre strikers and midfielders who can give the team a scoring boost.

“The second reason is related to the offensive tendency I rely on. I always focus on this approach in my style, and it is a given that I have adopted in my previous experiences.

“Sometimes I even take risks at the expense of the defence, even if that costs me goals because I am looking for scoring, and these goals are what increase the value of matches and the team as a whole, and the display aspect is also important in football,” he concluded.

Kaizer Chiefs Nasreddine Nabi
Nasreddine Nabi with AS FAR in Morocco. Image: @safootclassics/

What do you think of this dream XI, does it look good on paper?

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