Brandon Peterson can't wait to save the ball again
By Moroke | self meida writer
Published 4 days ago - 2319 views
Bidvest Wits have left many players without clubs to play for, as they have sold their status to Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandia, that also failed to fund the club as they have also sold a club to another person that took over.
Brandon Peterson was believed to be joined Kaizer Chiefs but because of the transfer ban, kaizer Chiefs couldn't get him as they will be able to sign players at the end of the season, Brandon Peterson may be sign by Kaizer Chiefs as he worked with Guvin Hunt at Bidvest Wits.
Goalkeeper Brandon Peterson his no longer getting a game time, because he doesn't have a team to play for and so far the is no team that is interested in the Goal Keeper. Kaizer Chiefs have three Goal Keepers with Itumeleng Khune still the Number one Keeper and Daniel Akpeyi is a Second goal Keeper.
Bvumar his the only goal keeper that didn't get a chance to be on the starting lineup at Kaizer Chiefs as Guvin Hunt ignores him.
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