Lazarous Kambole, a Zambian international striker, has fallen out of favor with the club after making no appearances for the Amakhosi this season under the guidance of Stuart Baxter.
The player was also placed on the club's transfer list during the last transfer window, although no team made a concrete offer for his services at that time.
Since joining the club two years ago, Kambole has struggled to find the back of the net.
A former Chiefs player who experienced the same circumstances at the club, Albert Bwalya, has encouraged the player to consider leaving the club in order to seek greener pastures somewhere else.
Bwalya believes that the player should be allowed to leave because the Chiefs have made it obvious by placing him on the transfer list that he is no longer in the club's plans and that he should leave.
He went on to say that it is difficult to leave a side like Chiefs, but that it is something that Kambole should have done during the last transfer window.
Because other teams will reject him, Bwalya has concluded that the longer a player remains with Chiefs, the worse it will be for them. He advises that they should consider moving, regardless of the financial consequences.
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