Kaizer Motaung Jr says he is happy to be a “sponge” at Kaizer Chiefs‚ and to learn, observe and “add value”‚ in anticipation of taking on an administrative role at the club. Motaung Jr is the son of Amakhosi chair Kaizer Motaung and former striker for Chiefs. He played 106 games and scored 30 goals from 2003-2014. Recently he completed his Bachelor of Commerce (Bcom) degree majoring in financial management. Now Motaung Jr, who is apparently being groomed for a major administrative role at Chiefs‚ says he intends to observe and learn for a period. Asked to clarify his role at the club‚ Motaung Jr, 37, said: “Believe me‚ it’s just an honour to be here. And I wanted to look at things from a different perspective. “I spent many years on the pitch and learned a great deal. I was very fortunate to work with a lot of great players‚ a lot of great coaches. And right now I want to be‚ like I have been for the last few years‚ just a sponge. To learn. “I’m very privileged to have someone like ...

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