Kaizer Chiefs Set To Sign Former Orlando Pirates Reject?
By Tumza10 | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 8142 views
Kaizer Chiefs' current predicament is proof that big clubs also go through a transition and that period may take years for the club to bounce back to their winning ways.
The Glamour boys were banned by FIFA from signing new players this season which is believed to be the reason behind their dismal run of form.
However the Soweto giants are now allowed to have players who are free agents to have them practice with the squad and offer them a contract at the end of the season - Thabo Qalinge's name was mentioned in conversation.
The 29-year-old is currently clubless since partying ways with Supersport United where he only managed to make two appearances for the Pretoria giants. He failed to secure a contract when the transfer window was open.
He was previously linked with a move to Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs in the past but the move didn't materialise. However with now the skillful wizard currently clubless it could be a good a good opportunity for him to land a deal with Amakhosi.
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