For Austin Muwowo since he has been at Orlando Pirates he has never really been given a chance by the club to quite express his qualities and what he can bring to the table as well As he was brought in by Milutin Sredejovic and Rhulani Mokwena during the 2019/20 season although a couple of months into his arrival at Orlando Pirates the coach who brought him to the club abruptly left in the process
Football is a risky business. Over the years in the PSL, we've seen a lot of dangerous goal scorers finish the season as the top scorer, only to come back the next year and miss easy chances. During the PSL era, we've also seen forwards who were overhyped but turned out to be the worst signings for their clubs.
In modern football a number of footballers in the PSL have failed to cope with the expectations after moving to a big club. A number of big clubs in the top tier league have not been able to get what they want from their premium signings. In the past decade DStv Premiership side Kaizer Chiefs have always had the services of some of the most lethal and potent attackers from our neighbouring countries.
PHOTO: KickOff With the DStv Premiership approaching the twilight stages of its campaign, the transfer rumour mill has begun moving, as clubs are set to return to the drawing board to restructure their plans for the next season. Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs are no exception, following what has been a poor campaign by compared to their lofty standards.
In modern football, some players who moved from the PSL to a big club couldn't live up to the expectations. Several big clubs in the top league have not been able to get what they want from the top players they have signed. In the past ten years, the DStv Premiership team Kaizer Chiefs has always had some of the most dangerous and powerful attackers from our neighboring countries on their team.
Football is a precarious business, over the years in the PSL we have since many lethal goal poachers who finished the season as leading goal scorers only to return a season later blunt on target, missing clear cut chances. In the PSL era we have also seen overhyped forwards who according to many were destined for greater heights only to become the club's worst signing.
Opinion In the wake of being set available to be purchased, goodnews anticipates Sifosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya as his agreement may be restored soon and he will get to harvest his reward for all the hard work in Kaizer Chiefs. Kaizer Chiefs are apparently set to recharge the agreement of one of their players who was added to the exchange list recently.
Zambian striker Lazarous Kambole disastrous stay has come to a disappointing end. The striker joined Kaizer Chiefs from Zambian giants Zesco United after impressing for the club which included scoring the fastest hat-trick in the CAF champions league, which he scored in just 5 minutes. After his impressive performances for Zesco United, Chiefs came knocking and signed him and signed him in 2019 and his stay at the Amakhosi wasn't successful compared to his performances at Zesco.
Opinion After being put up for sale, goodnews awaits Sifosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya as his contract might be renewed soon and he will get to reap the fruit of his labour in Kaizer Chiefs. Kaizer Chiefs are reportedly set to renew the contract of one of their players who was added to the transfer list earlier this season.
He might not possess the belligerent and villainous character of Senegal legend, El Haji Diouff, but Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Anthony Akumu Agay is equally treated in the same manner as the Senegalese, but for different reasons. PHOTO: KickOff Since arriving at Chiefs from Zambian giants ZESCO United in January 2020, Akumu has really not endeared himself to the AMakhosi faithful.
Lazarous Kambole, a Zambian international who starred for ZESCO United before joining Kaizer Chiefs in 2019, has struggled to replicate his success with the Amakhosi since his arrival. The 28-year-old has only two goals in 44 appearances for the club in all competitions, and his poor form has often led to him being left out of team choices.
In football, players could stick with a team where they aren't getting much playing time in the hopes that things will improve and they will be able to play again. Lazarus Kambole, a Zambian striker who has struggled with the Soweto giants in previous years, has been unaffected by the managerial changes at Chiefs.
The Kaizer Chiefs are conducting some spring cleaning ahead of the 2022/23 season, releasing a few players to create room for newcomers. Kaizer Chiefs just signed Stellenbosch FC's Ashley Du Preez and Zitha Kwinika, and now it's time for contract talks with others who have been linked with a move away.
Kaizer Chiefs are set to go in different directions from a couple of footballers come the end of the game, as is customary. Lazarous Kambole is one of the people who will leave, as we expected. AFRICAN STAR TO PART WAYS WITH KAIZER CHIEFS Kambole's departure from Naturena is unsurprising, given that he has only one goal in two appearances this season despite being fully fit.
In football, players may stay with a team where they are not getting any playing time in the hopes that things will improve and they will be able to play again. Despite the coaching changes at Chiefs in recent years, Lazarus Kambole, a Zambian striker who has had a difficult time with the Soweto giants, has remained unaffected.
Under Stuart Baxter, the Serbian attacker has battled for playing time. He was out for the majority of the season due to a long-term injury, but when he did play, he didn't contribute much on offense. Kaizer Chiefs have stated that Lebogang Manyama and Lazarous Kambole, as well as Samir Nurkovic, will be departing the club.
Kaizer Chiefs are set to offload one of their international stars who fell out of favour with the club. Amakhosi are expected to make a couple of new signings before the beginning of the new season. The club have already secured a couple of new signings as they are preparing for next season.
Kaizer Chiefs will be looking to release players in the upcoming transfer window to make way for the ones they are expecting to sign, as the club is looking to end the title drought. Chiefs last won the league in 2015, they will be looking to add some talent to the squad and release all those who have not shown great performances.
Kaizer Chiefs are apparently close to re-signing one of their players, who was placed on the transfer list at the start of the current season. The contract of Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya with Amakhosi expires at the end of the 2021/22 season. Former Zesco United striker Lazarus Kambole was also on the transfer list for the left-back.
Kaizer Chiefs coach was asked about Lazarus Kambole's future at the club, but Baxter said he would like to talk about the players that played against TS Gallexy this past Sunday. Lazarus Kambole only scored one goal since his arrival at Kaizer Chiefs. He played two seasons at Kaizer Chiefs and now this is his third season and is looking like his not in the plans of Stuart Bexter as his seating among the Substitute in every game Kaizer Chiefs is playing.