In June, the Kaizer Chiefs will part ways with more than eight players, and some of their contracts will expire.
Bernard Parker, the captain of the Kaizer Chiefs, will retire at the end of the season, while Daniel Akpey is anticipated to depart the club and could be traded. Daniel Cardoso will be released at the end of the season because he is not in the team's plans for next season, while Eric Mathoho's contract is up for renewal.
Despite scoring in the previous encounter, Ramahlewe Mphalele is not confident that he will not face difficulties. According to multiple sources, he will be released at the end of the season.
After battling for playing time this year, Kearyn Baccus, Lebogang Manyama, and Anthony Agay Akumu will also go at the end of the season, with Manyama battling ailments.
For his future, he is demanding a transfer. Dumisani Zuma is unsure; the Kaizer Chiefs want to move him, but his disciplinary record is a concern.
Nurkovic, Kambole, and Castro will leave Amakhos.
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