Kaizer Chiefs have sent four players out on loan due to a full competitive squad, but not only because the squad was full, but also because they need some of their aspiring young talents to further develop out on loan while sharing their expertise with the rest of the PSL in order to secure a spot with Kaizer Chiefs first team.
Kaizer Chiefs have taken a decision regarding the club's players will that were loaned to other clubs at the beginning of the season. Amakhosi have several players that the club loaned out at the beginning of the season, this includes the likes of Thabo Mokoena, Lebohang Lesako, Darrel Matsheke and Keletso Sifama.
https://www.iol.co.za/news/south-africa/north-west/former-mahikeng-municipal-manager-in-court-for-vbs-investment-f1dcb99f-1d19-49d7-a87a-b8ac9844dfd0Previous Mahikeng municipal manager Thabo mokoena, arrested on costs identified with the VBS Shared Bank crimes, showed up yesterday withinside the Judges' Court in Mmabatho. The NPA stated the initial case Mokoena was deferred till February 15, 2022, so the shield institution could get instructions from him.
The sending of four development graduates Keletso Sifama(18), Thabo Mokoena(21) to Pretoria Callies Football Club, and Lebohang Lesako(22), and Darrel Matsheke(21) to Uthongathi Football Club by Kaizer Chiefs Football Club was met with unwelcomed reception from Chiefs fans.
Pretoria Callies has provided a haven for nine ex-Kings players, including experienced forward Collins Mbesuma. Mbesuma has played for nine South African clubs, including Orlando Pirates, Moroka Swallows, Mamelodi Sundowns, and Kaizer Chiefs, among others, during a career that also included a stint with English Premier League team Portsmouth.
The sending of four advancement graduates Keletso Sifama(18), Thabo Mokoena(21) to Pretoria Callies Football Club, and Lebohang Lesako(22), and Darrel Matsheke(21) to Uthongathi Football Club by Kaizer Chiefs Football Club was met with unwanted gathering from Chiefs fans.
I Never Played A Match At Chiefs Because I wasn't One Of His Favourite Players - Former Chiefs Star Two Kaizer Chiefs players have showed up in the shades of their new club interestingly after a choice was made on the fate of the players this week. Recently, Chiefs affirmed sending four youthful players out borrowed for the 2021/2022 season.
It will undoubtedly be a new beginning for Lebogang Lesako and Darrle Matsheke, who have begun training with their new GladAfrica Championship squad, Uthongathi FC. The pair were among the players loaned out for the season, along with Thabo Mokoena and Keletso Sifama, who played for Pretoria Callies in the GladAfrica Championship.
For most times in life, the way down is the way up, that being the most occurring scenarios for footballers who move from team to team in efforts to boost their careers. It will surely be a fresh new page for Lebogang Lesako and Darrle Matsheke who have started training with their new team for the season, that being GladAfrica Championship side Uthongathi FC.
It is always challenging to make your mark as a youngster in a big club. Thus, bigger clubs always send their youngster out on loan to gain more playing experience and be ready to feature as a regular in their parent clubs. In recent years Kaizer Chiefs have be subject to this common activity as they have loaned out some of their promising young players, but only a few of them have been able to return back to the club to make their mark.
Kaizer Chiefs have decided to loan four of their players for this season. GladAfrica Championship has loaned Kaizer Chiefs players Keletso Sifama, Lebohang Lesako, Darrel Matsheke, and Thabo Mokoena. Sifama and Mokoena will play for Pretoria Callies this season, while the other two will play in KwaZulu-Uthongathi.
The release of nine youngsters at Kaizer Chiefs Football Club by the club's management and head coach Stuart Baxter, has been one of the criticized decisions by the club fans. Source: Kaizer Chiefs Football Club Official Facebook page Of the nine youngsters who have left the club, four have left on a loan basis, Lebohang Lesako, Darrel Matsheke, Keletso Sifama, and Thabo Mokoena were loaned to Glad Championship sites Uthongathi and Pretoria Callies Football Clubs.
https://www.iol.co.za/news/south-africa/north-west/former-mahikeng-municipal-manager-in-court-for-vbs-investment-f1dcb99f-1d19-49d7-a87a-b8ac9844dfd0?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1637074706 .Previous civil administrator of Mahikeng neighborhood district, Thabo Mokoena, captured on charges identified with the VBS Mutual bank embarrassment, showed up momentarily in the Molopo Magistrate's Court in Mmabatho yesterday. The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) said the argument against Mokoena, 61, was delayed to February 15 of every 2022 for the safeguard group to get guidelines from him.
Kaizer Chiefs had headed out in different directions from no less than SEVEN players in the last several days alone. Four have gone on credits to different clubs while three others have left on a long-lasting premise. Those credited incorporate Keletso Sifama, 18, and Thabo Mokoena, 21, who have been shipped off Pretoria Callies, while Lebohang Lesako, 22, and Darrel Matsheke, 21, will join Uthongathi FC in Durban for the 2021/22 season.
* Kaizer Chiefs clean house as SEVEN players leave Naturena! - The Premier Soccer League (PSL) transfer window closed at midnight on 31 August 2021 and when all was said and done Kaizer Chiefs had parted ways with no fewer than SEVEN players in the final couple of days alone.Four have gone on loans to other clubs while three others have departed on a permanent basis.
The Premier Soccer League (PSL) transfer window concluded at midnight on August 31, 2021, and Kaizer Chiefs had parted ways with no less than SEVEN players in the final few days of the window. Four players have been loaned out to other clubs, while three have left on a permanent basis.
Despite the fact that the Premier Soccer League (PSL) transfer window ended at midnight on 31 August 2021, Kaizer Chiefs have parted ways with no fewer than SEVEN players in the final few days of the market's opening period. Pretoria Callies have received Keletso Sifama, 18, and Thabo Mokoena, 21, on loan, while Uthongathi FC in Durban has received Lebohang Lesako, 22, and Darrel Matsheke, 21 on loan.
Kaizer Chiefs have continue to from the squad with few more young players leaving the team on loan spells. Since the beginning of the season Kaizer Chiefs have been try to trim the squad. Kaizer Chiefs have managed to sign a total of 9 players this season, with competition being more tough for the youngsters.
Kaizer Chiefs has stated that four young players have been moved out on loan for the next season. The AmaKhosi have made a number of additions for this season, and they have now chosen to offload a few younger players who are looking for regular playing time. Keletso Sifama, who was on loan at Maritzburg United last season, will join Thabo Mokoena at Pretoria Callies in the GladAfrica Championship.
Kaizer Chiefs Clean House After Seven Players Leave Naturena The new season has started and already some teams has started their season on a good note.Other teams started at a lower level but are determined to fight harder in their next coming matches. The PSL transfer window ended on the 31st August on Monday.Teams parted ways with their players who will have to look for jobs to continue with their football careers.On the other hand Kaizer Chiefs has parted ways with seven players.