Billiat opens up on relationship with Kaizer Chiefs star

Kaizer Chiefs ace Khama Billiat believes his close bond with teammate Keagan Dolly is benefitting the entire team!


Kaizer Chiefs star Khama Billiat has opened up on his close relationship with teammate Keagan Dolly.

The duo have played together for over a decade after first meeting at Ajax Cape Town during the 2012/13 campaign.

They then linked up at Mamelodi Sundowns and formed part of Pitso Mosimane’s dream team before eventually reuniting at Chiefs last season.

Billiat has since opened up on the special bond he shares with Dolly while admitting, it stretches well beyond the white lines.


“We train (together), we talk and it has come to a point whereby it is not about what we do at training,” Billiat told the Vodacom Ringa Nathi series as quoted by Citizen.

“Sometimes it is about the conversation that we have, we could be in a hotel room and it goes like, ‘hey bro I think we need…’

“Or like we are watching a game together and we see something and we talk about it.

“It’s a relationship that we have and it is spreading to the entire team. We are getting to know some things about the other players and we are working on those relationships.

“We are now looking forward to a great finish to the season.”

In other news, Kaizer Chiefs legend Doctor Khumalo has lashed out at Premier Soccer League (PSL) players in South Africa.

This comes after not a single PSL player made the cut for the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

Bafana Bafana once again failed to qualify for the elite international event while no other player based in the local top flight managed to make the grade either.

Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Richard Ofori is the exception after the Ghanaian was ruled out through injury.

And now, former Kaizer Chiefs wizard ’16V’ has slammed players for lacking desire to feature at the spectacular event.

Khumalo himself played in a FIFA World Cup for Bafana Bafana back in 1998.


“We must not look far, let us look at the players and at ourselves. There have been many World Cups since we last qualified in 2002.” the Kaizer Chiefs legend told SundayWorld.

“We qualified for 2010 because it was held in South Africa and we hosted. We missed the 2014 tournament in Brazil, the 2018 in Russia and this one in Qatar.

“We knew we wanted to play in the World Cup against the best players. We missed out in 1994, but we made sure.

“The clubs provide everything for the players, they provide the fields, the boots, the balls. The players must answer why they are not at the World Cup. Other players from other countries are raising their game to play at the World Cup.”



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Kaizer Chiefs ace Khama Billiat believes his close bond with teammate Keagan Dolly is benefitting the entire team!
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