The Kaizer Chiefs have gotten a lot of flak from the football community during the last two seasons. Many people are concerned about what's going on at Naturena right now, so this isn't something to take lightly. After being humiliated by multiple clubs, no one anticipated the Chiefs to relinquish their grip on the Premier Soccer League. Amakhosi haven't won any trophies in the last six years, which has worried their followers. However, in the past, their choice of players has been a major cause of disagreement. When the Chiefs sign a new player, fans will point out those who do not reflect the Soweto powerhouse.
Lazarous Kambole, a Zambian attacker who has yet to start for Chiefs this season, is one of the players who appears to be out of favor inside the club. He has been advised to quit Naturena as a result of his lack of playing time. He was expected to be signed by other clubs when Amakhosi put him on a transfer list alongside his teammate Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya. They were expected to find new teams because their goals did not align with those of Chiefs head coach Stuart Baxter. This occurred during the preseason, when the Chiefs' roster was being overhauled.
The main reason Kambole and Ntiya-Ntiya were not released was because they were still under contract with the Chiefs. As a result, the Soweto giants hoped to extract a Rand in the transfer market from them.
Kambole has struggled at Naturena for the past two years, and it appears that things have only gotten worse. He has only scored once in 40 games as a striker, which is a horrible record. Now, Kambole has been pushed to transfer to Naturena by Bwalya, a retired Zambian footballer who was in Kambole's situation at Chiefs, pushing him to seek better pastures abroad. Being a part of a team that has made it clear that you aren't wanted is, in his opinion, professional suicide.
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