KAIZER CHIEFS legend Rabson “Sarafina” Muchichwa believes fellow Zimbabwean Khama Billiat is a victim of bad advice.
Billiat has been jobless since turning down an offer for contract renewal from Kaizer Chiefs last year and recently failed to convince SuperSport United.
“For me, Billiat dumping Chiefs without having a concrete better deal somewhere was a wrong move,” Muchichwa told KickOff.
“First of all as an agent you need to get a better deal for your player before advising him to leave where he is needed. You don’t cancel a deal when you don’t have any concrete deal elsewhere.
“To me, it seems these guys Khama and his agent, whatever his name is, they rejected Chiefs without having clinched any concrete deal elsewhere. If you are a manager, first of all you make a deal for your client before you move him. It was a wrong move.”
“Billiat has not kicked a ball for more than seven months now, they must be regretting their decision. It’s difficult for teams to buy a player who hasn’t played for seven months.
“Judging by his current situation, I’d say the Chiefs deal was much better because a player can’t be without a team for seven months. It’s difficult to make a comeback when you haven’t played competitive football for seven months. — Sports Reporter/Kick Off.