- Recent reports have revealed that Kaizer Chiefs are planning on recruiting a number of new players as soon as their ban ends
- Sipho Mbule of SuperSport United and Phathutshedzo Nange of Stellenbosch are just a few names of players the team is hoping to secure
- A source close to the team also said that there are several other players that AmaKhosi are interested in recruiting
Kaizer Chiefs don't seem to be faring very well in their recent matches. Over the last few weeks, Gavin Hunt has been called out by fans while the players were dubbed cows by upset fans, which is why it is no wonder the team may be looking to make some replacements.
According to a source close to the team, the team's management is looking to recruit a number of new players once their two-year-long ban from buying new players is lifted, this will be taking place in July this year.
Among the players Chiefs have their eyes on are Sipho Mbule of SuperSport United, Phathutshedzo Nange of Stellenbosch, Brandon Pieterson, who currently isn't attached to a teamas well as Bradley Grobler, Leletu Skelem of Stellenbosch‚ the Swallows duo of Kgaogelo Sekgota.
“I think we all know Hlanti and Nange are almost done deals and are set to join Chiefs next season. But they are working hard behind the scenes on other targets‚” revealed an insider, according to a TimesLive article.
Meanwhile one soccer fan, @Morena_K had this to say about the revelation:
"Let Khune, Khatsande, Parker, Mathoho be the first to get the chop."
In other Briefly.co.za news, this past weekend South Africa's Kaizer Chiefs suffered a devastating loss at the hands - or rather feet - of Moroccan side, Wydad Casablanca. Not managing to secure even one goal, the team lost by an embarrassing 4-0.
South African soccer fans were not very impressed with AmaKhosi, who had endured quite a struggle in order to play the match, going through all the trouble just to lose so horrendously.
Many of them headed to Twitter to share a plethora of hilarious tweets expressing their feelings over the game. Kaizer Chiefs fans received the worse treatment as many opposing teams' fans laughed at them.
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