Following an impressive start to his Chiefs career at the beginning of the season, Zimbabwean Khama Billiat has been subjected to criticism lately, with some Amakhosi fans saying that the forward's form has dipped, and are demanding an improvement in his performance.
Musona Backs Billiat
The Herald, 18 February 2019
Warriors captain Knowledge Musona has backed his counterpart Khama Billiat to explode again amid a raging storm in South Africa about his form which has seen him struggle to reach… Read more »
Khama Billiat Feels the Heat As He Struggles to Justify Buzz
The Herald, 13 February 2019
The clock had barely touched 6am yesterday, on a gloomy rainy morning here, but the intensity of the raging debate was providing a sparkle of heat in the lobby of the plush Sandton… Read more »
Kaizer Chiefs have become a favourite home for Zimbabwean footballers, with a number of them playing for the club in recent years. Today, all the focus is on Khama Billiat, the ... Read more »
Kaizer Chiefs have announced the signing of Khama Billiat, Letlhogonolo Mirwa and Andriamirado Andrianarimanana. Zimbabwean playmaker Billiat joined the club from Mamelodi Sundowns ... Read more »
Mamelodi Sundowns were the butt of jokes on social media after they failed to beat Spanish giants FC Barcelona in a friendly match, but it didn't end there for some fans who ... Read more »
Set to leave Mamelodi Sundowns after negotiations for an extension of his contract broke down, Zimbabwean international striker Khama Billiat scored the goal that triggered a ... Read more »
The Zimbabwean was the big winner at Premier Soccer League awards ceremony, scooping the Players' Player of the Year, Midfielder of the Year accolades and Footballer of the ... Read more »
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