SuperSport United midfielder Sipho Mbule has been linked with a move to Kaizer Chiefs as the PSL transfer window closes on Tuesday night.
For the better part of a year, Mbule and his SuperSport teammate and central midfield partner Teboho Mokoena have been linked with a move to Amakhosi.
Mbule, who is 23 years old, had a fantastic season last year, scoring four goals and assisting six times in 25 league games. He appears to be a gentleman and a promising future possibility.
If I were Coach Mancqoba, I'd sue Kick Off for the photo they took vs the content they wrote about. They should post a picture of the management at the moment. Because everybody interested in reading the story comes to the conclusion that the current group does what Peter mentions.
When we said this squad was crooked, others assumed we were just jealous. Now we're waiting for Zuke to reveal how much they paid him to sell the game.
Why now, when it's evident they despise their success, as seen by the fact that they didn't give Sundowns coaches their trophy last season? (coach of the season).
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