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Confirmed: After being sacked at Chiefs, the two midfielders have found their new clubs


In most cases, it’s difficult for players to move on from a massive team like Kaizer Chiefs, especially if they didn’t live up to the high expectations of the club. It might be painful to downgrade in terms of a contractual package. At times the player might have to swallow his pride and regroup in a small team. None of this is easier but if a player is serious about doing better in his footballer career, then he will have to restart his journey if things didn’t work out at Chiefs. Now, it has been reported that the former Amakhosi duo has found their new clubs to compete within the 2021/22 season. This follows after they were released by the Soweto giants at the early stages of their lucrative deals.

The former Glamour Boys players James Kotei and Arohasina ‘Dax’ Andrianarimanana have both got themselves new teams whereby they’ll get to rebuild their career and contribute to their respective clubs. When Kotei signed at Chiefs from Simba SC there were questions about his abilities to play one of the biggest clubs in Mzansi. However, things ended quickly for the Ghanaian midfielder as he was sacked before he could play an official match for Chiefs. Even though this was shocking but he had to move on back in 2019. Kotei ended up joining Belarus outfit Slavia Mozyr. However, that didn’t last that long too, as he left the club and he was a free agent for the bulk of 2020. Nevertheless, Kotei has something to smile about as he was unveiled by an Omani side Sohar FC. 

Meanwhile, Dax has had to reach back to his roots after the whole drama with Chiefs and the Madagascar side Fosa Juniors. As he was part of Chiefs' two-window transfer ban sanctioned by FIFA. Fosa took Amakhosi to court over the signing of Dax back in 2018, as they stated that it was done illegally since the protocols were not followed to get the services of the Malagasy midfielder. However, things have taken another turn as Fosa has resigned Dax back to their side.

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Date: 29/09/2021

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