It is always a frustrating time when a player is trapped at a club where he knows he is unwanted, because all a player wants to do is to play football and feel valued.
The story of Kaizer Chiefs Lazarus Kambole is one of the most painful stories at the moment, having been place in the transfer list during the previous transfer window, but unfortunately for him no one came to take him away from his Chiefs spell.
Kambole is currently registered in the foreign quota at Chiefs, but there is reported interest from clubs in the East Of Africa. Himself will definitely be pushing for a move when the next January transfer window finally comes.
The only times the Zambian forward has only made one appearance for Amakhosi this season, having come on as a substitute when Chiefs played Marumo Gallants which resulted in a 0-0 draw.
His existing contract will end at the end of the current season and will be eligible to sign a pre-contract with any club of his choice when January comes around. Perhaps if he could use his chances of game-time this season, then Chiefs could trigger the option in his contract and perhaps keep him for another season.
His agent has previously indicated that his player just wants to play football and nothing else, this meaning that if he fails to get game time at Chiefs, then he will be definitely be leaving when the next January transfer window comes.
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