'I think today's players are spoilt' - former Kaizer Chiefs striker

Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Shane McGregory says football players are no longer making an effort to play a good game.

As part of What In The World Happened To feature on the Afternoon Drive show, Xolani Gwala, spoke to one of Kaizer Chiefs' and South Africa's football legends.

Many remember McGregor for his deadly combination with Fani Madida, in which they scored 54 goals combined in the 1991 season.

Xolani asked McGregor why there seems to be a lack of goal scoring skill in today's players.

I think today's players are spoilt. It's all about money.

Shane McGregor, former Kaizer Chiefs striker

They are very static, and they are not doing their jobs and not working hard enough.

Shane McGregor, former Kaizer Chiefs strike

Listen to the full conversation below...

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