It might not have been a successful season, but Lebogang Manyama believes he learned a lot tactically in adversity in Turkey, and that he can bring that experience back to add value to Kaizer Chiefs. Manyama made a decent, if rusty, debut for Amakhosi against former club Cape Town City on Saturday. He was part of a 4-1 Premiership thrashing of the Citizens at Cape Town Stadium that just might be a turnaround to new coach Giovanni Solinas’s nervy start at Chiefs. Manyama will hope for more game time when Chiefs, who followed up the win against City with Tuesday night’s 2-0 victory with a near-B team against Free State Stars at Goble Park, meet AmaZulu at FNB Stadium on Saturday (kickoff 6pm). It took three-and-a-half weeks from Manyama’s signing on a free transfer from Konyaspor to be introduced into a game at Amakhosi. Manyama had to be nursed to match fitness having not played in six months, arriving at Chiefs from a 2017-2018 season in which the forward made just 10 league and cup...

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