Kaizer Chiefs to take shock decision on first team outcast?
Despite not playing in over a year, Kaizer Chiefs will reportedly extend the contract of one of their struggling first team players
Kaizer Chiefs will reportedly extend the contract of a first team player who hasn’t featured for the club in over a year!
The Amakhosi have a growing goalkeeper crisis at the moment but their latest decision will come as a surprise to many.
Academy graduate Bruce Bvuma, who last featured for the club in October 2022, has reportedly been given a contract extension at Naturena.
The Glamour Boys already have Bontle Molefe patiently waiting for his turn at the club and considering Bvuma’s past showings, his case to be the number one choice at Naturena is rather weak. Bvuma conceded seven goals in his last four appearances for Chiefs.
KAIZER CHIEFS TO OFFER OUTCAST A CONTRACT EXTENSION?
“Nonetheless, they have kept faith in him and a new deal is on the cards. Bvuma is likely to sign in the coming weeks, with an announcement to follow.” a FarPost report read.
In other news, Fifa President Gianni Infantino has opened up on his thoughts regarding Saturday’s blockbuster clash between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.
FIFA PRESIDENT OPENS UP ON SOWETO DERBY
“It was an incredible experience in this Soweto Derby. It was the first for me and the fans were incredible. I mean, two teams were fighting until the end and Orlando Pirates won.” FIFA president Gianni Infantino said as quoted by IdiskiTimes.
“But Kaizer Chiefs really put on a fight, but it was a great game. The most emotional was what was happening on the field – we went to the public in the stadium, full house, incredible.
“I had forgotten how emotional this stadium is and also the city. I mean, I was watching this morning when I arrived [on Saturday] everyone was looking forward to this game, so it was a great game, great atmosphere, passion and incredible fans.”