Before the 2021/2022 DSTV Premiership Kaizer Chiefs Football Club made nine significant signings, specifically Brandon Peterson, Sbusiso Mabiliso, Sfiso Hlanti, Austin Dube, Njabulo Ngcobo, Alexander Cole, Phathutshedzo Nange, Keagan Dolly, and Kgaogelo Sekgota. Regardless, they didn't any famous striker, a thing fans feel is the clarification they are engaging.
Source: Kaizer Chiefs Football Club Official Facebook page
With the transitory football lead coach, Stuart Baxter incline towards requiring a convenient striker, Khama Billiat was passed on to accept that part, and for usually, he seemed, by all accounts, to be off-kilter while a by a long shot striker Samir Nurkovic who is at this point out hurt played as a left-wing forward.
Notwithstanding being represented that Baxter excused the shot at denoting the in-structure Royal Andile Mpisane Football Club striker Victor Letsoalo, it is represented that the club is enthusiastic about Letsoalo and Lamontville Golden Arrows Football Club star striker Knox Mutizwa.
The two players are at present on open commitments tending to their countries South Africa and Zimbabwe in the 2020 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, where they are in a comparative social event with Ghana and Ethiopia.
Source: Lorenz Kohler Official Facebook page
They were both, all things considered, yesterday for their countries with Letsoalo coming as the essential half swap for Bafana in their 3 - 1 victory over Ethiopia, while Mutizwa played the entire 90 minutes for Zimbabwe as they went down 3 - 1 to Ghana.
Source: Soccer Laduma Official Facebook page
Letsoalo(29) is by and by the joint driving goalscorer in DSTV Premiership, with Peter Shalulile on five destinations, and has a year left on his concurrence with his club Royal AM and Chiefs will want to step him back to Naturena.
While the 27-year-old Mutizwa who is Golden Arrows record-breaking driving goalscorer has reliably conveyed his hankering to one day play for Chiefs.
The two strikers will add the quality Chiefs need the striking division and Chiefs should go hard for them.
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