Kaizer Chiefs: Fans must prepare to say goodbye to these 7 stars
Kaizer Chiefs fans must prepare to say goodbye to these SEVEN stars who will all be leaving Naturena at he end of the season. MUST READ: Pirates Coach offers judgment on quality of PSL Cole Alexander and Phathushedzo Nange are the latest players set to be leaving Amakhosi at the end of the season. They join […]
Kaizer Chiefs fans must prepare to say goodbye to these SEVEN stars who will all be leaving Naturena at he end of the season.
Cole Alexander and Phathushedzo Nange are the latest players set to be leaving Amakhosi at the end of the season.
They join up with five other players who will be leaving. Bringing the total number of departures at the end of the season to SEVEN.
SEVEN CHIEFS EXITS CONFIRMED
- ERICK MATHOHO
- AUSTIN DUBE
- DARELL MATSHEKE
- SABELO RADEBE
- ADEN MCCARTHY
- COLE ALEXANDER
- PHATHUSHEDZO NANGE
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Amakhosi legend, Mathoho, has already been told that he will be leaving at the end of the season.
Furthermore, Amakhosi management has decided to part ways with Dube and Matsheke as no player fits in their plans for the future.
In contrast, Radebe and McCarthy are a part of their long-term plans. However, management wants to see these starlets gain experience playing regularly for another club. So, both players will be sent out on loan. Both players are likely to go to sides in the PSL.
Alexander is linked with a possible return to India as Unplayable confirming on Twitter that he will definitely be leaving. Finally, Nange has attracted interested from SuperSport United. He has been linked with a likely exit for months
MORE AMAKHOSI DEPARTURES COMING
Bruce Bvuma, Njabulo Ngcobo, George Matlou, Kamohelo Mahlatsi and Caleb-Bonfils Bimenyimana have all been linked with likely exits.
Bvuma is set to be sacrificed for a new goalkeeper signing. While Ngcobo, Matlou and Mahlatsi are all searching for game time having falling down the pecking order under Arthur Zwane this season.
Also, Bimenyimana has failed to impress Amakhosi management and they be releasing him at the end of the season.
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