Warriors legend and Mamelodi Sundowns Team Mananger Peter Ndlovu believes Khama Billiat’s loss of form is just temporary and the quality he has will ensure that he bounces back to his best.
The Flying Elephant, as Ndlovu used to be referred to in his playing days by Warriors fans, was speaking in the wake of Billiat being criticized for his loss of form in the DStv Premiership for Kaizer Chiefs, where he hasn’t scored a single goal in eight appearances in all competitions this season.
Ndlovu however insists it’s just a passing phase for the Mufakose-bred winger.
“He has played lot of football, that what we must know also, loss of form is caused by too much football, and must be aligned with rest,’’ Ndlovu said according to The Herald.
“There are a lot of things going around a player, involving fatigue and mental (issues), but loss of form is just a temporary thing, but it’s how you come back.’’
“You know, when you have a good player, you always pat him and say “come on boy we need you now,” and they will feel the importance, they feel that they are very important and will rise to the occasion.”
“So, for Khama, nobody will take that quality away from him, and he will come back and believe you me, he is a quality player,” he added.