KAZINER CHIEFS TEAM LEAVING FOR SWALLOWS
As per the source's data, a twofold credit concurrence with AmaKhosi for the players Darrel Matsheke and Lebohang Lesako is practically fit to be agreed upon.
Dependent upon definite arrangements, Matsheke, 23, and Lesako, 22, will enjoy a season with the Dube Birds with an end goal to acquire insight in the top division as Swallows endeavor to collect a more youthful crew for the impending effort. With an end goal to acquire extra involvement with the most noteworthy division, Matsheke and Lesako will play a season with the Dube Birds.
The two players are alumni of the Kaizer Chiefs advancement framework and have recently gotten back from useful credit spells with Uthongathi FC.
The Swallows had a not so great season and scarcely kept up with their association standing. The two new Naturena players will go far toward filling the huge recharging necessity on the Swallows crew that will result from the mass takeoff of its more prepared players.
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