“It was about playing again and wanting to be happy while being on the field,” Dolly said in the latest edition of Soccer Laduma.
“I mean it’s not a secret that I struggled a bit in France in terms of match-fitness and game-time. I really just wanted to play. I wanted a new environment to be happy again.
The 29-year-old star concluded with what he describes as the main factor: the birth of his girl child.
“The main factor for going back home was that my daughter was born and that was a turning point.
“I grew up not being around my family. I went to boarding school when I was 12, the School of Excellence, and then moved further away when I went to Mamelodi Sundowns (academy), then going to Cape Town (Ajax).
“I didn’t want my daughter growing up in an environment where she have stability, a home to grow up in and that’s what I wanted for her,” the Kaizer Chiefs ace concluded.nior manager explained the club’s decision on the age range in the squad.
“I think it’s key for everyone to understand, and something the club is always going to say, that youth is part of our main strategy. We have to reduce the average age of the team.
“And it’s not just us. If you look at world football and how you can bring the right change, most clubs have had a great balance in youth, and you have to start somewhere.
With that, let’s look at Amakhosi’s players that are 30 and older, based on the business of professional football contracts.