After suffering a huge loss on their match with Sundowns this past weekend, Kaizer Chiefs had to make some changes to help the team get back on track. "Own up and stop pointing fingers" that was Zwane reaction to the situation directed at Stuart Baxter. "We will get it right. I won't panic" he responded on a press conference as he looks forward to preparing for the upcoming games. Join us as we unpack more of the story below.
It has been revealed by Kaizer Chiefs that they have come into an agreement to sign a new striker Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana on a two-year contract with a one-year option. The player was born and breed in Bujumbura in 1994. He has since then portrayed a lot of passion and talented that landed him in a handful of teams across different countries.
Reaction on social media
Fans have pointed out that they should consider sharing his stats because they are not familiar with the name. Some have argued that he might just be the right person to infiltrate goals and help the team let go of its losing streak. As it stands they haven't provided much information as to when he will be making his debut appearance (updates willing be provided when made available).
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