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Ex-Chiefs Winger Sets Sights On Fresh Start

Former Kaizer Chiefs winger William Twala has returned to South Africa and is seeking a new club for the upcoming season. The 33-year-old has spent the last three years playing for clubs in Iraq, India, and Bangladesh, but is now looking for a fresh start on home soil.

Twala spoke with Lethabo Kganyago of iDiski Times about his desire to join a new team and his willingness to play for any club. He believes his adaptable style of play will suit any team and is confident that he can contribute to any playing style that a coach may require.

Getting Back into Shape

After being away from South Africa for three years, Twala understands that some may be hesitant to trust him as a player. He wants to take the necessary time to get back into top shape and prove his abilities on the field. His main focus is to join a team during pre-season and adjust to the team’s playing style.

“I took time off to say ‘no, let me wait for pre-season, so I can be able to adjust’. But at the moment I don’t have options. Hopefully by the grace of God, this interview will open more doors than I have to go in and ask.”

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Ex-Chiefs Winger Sets Sights On Fresh Start

Flexibility in Play Style

Twala’s experience playing for various South African clubs and abroad has allowed him to develop a versatile playing style. He believes that he can adapt to any playing style that a coach may ask of him, and that he brings something unique to the table.

“I can adapt to any style of play the coach might assume or might ask of me. So any opportunity that might come, I know I’m flexible to any kind of style of play with also the advantage of having played abroad. I bring something different.”

Open to Any Opportunity

Twala is open to the possibility of joining a team in the Motsepe Foundation Championship, but his main focus is on returning to the top flight of South African football. He is confident in his abilities and is willing to work hard to earn a spot on any team.

“Any other opportunities that come, if it’s NFD or PSL [DStv Prem] after all South African football is one. If you start in the NFD there’s a chance that you might go up again. I’m quite open to any opportunity.”

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