Madagascar international Aro Andrianarimanana is finally finding his feet and producing the form that convinced Kaizer Chiefs to sign him when he represented his country in the 2018 Cosafa Cup in Polokwane.  Chiefs coach Ernst Middendorp was not at the club when the midfielder was signed but since rejoining Amakhosi in December‚ the German-born coach has been steadily giving the player‚ better known as Dax‚ chances to prove his worth. Middendorp has been pleased with Andrianarimanana’s contribution in the last few matches after he scored two goals‚ including a vital equaliser against Chippa United in the semifinal of the Nedbank Cup last Saturday. Chiefs eventually won 4-2 and will be favourites to end their four-year trophy drought when they face NFD side TS Galaxy in the final at the Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban on May 18. So far‚ Andrianarimanana has played 10 matches since he joined Chiefs in July‚ scoring one league goal in his first full start against Black Leopards two w...

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