This season, the Chiefs signed two center backs, however they were either not used in their native position or were frequently benched.
Daniel Cardoso (33) of the Kaizer Chiefs took a daring decision earlier this year by announcing his retirement. He was occupied with self-education on the management side of things. He earned his certification as a coach.
Daniel Cardoso's contract is set to expire in June of the following year. His youth is no longer with him. Cardoso's camp has yet to conduct contract talks with the Naturena-based side in order to explore his future plans.
According to a source, the Chiefs are already looking at possible replacements for Cardoso, who is getting older. They'll be on the lookout for a center back who is younger. They could also go outdoors and have a look. They are, nonetheless, enticed to seek within the growth framework.
Cardoso joined the Chiefs in 2015 after playing for the free state stars. He joined the club shortly after Naturena's Stuart Baxter resigned. Steve Kompela, Ernest Middendorp, and Hunt were among those who praised him.
This season, Baxter has primarily relied on Cardoso. The Chiefs, on the other hand, want to start looking for a long-term replacement for Cardoso as soon as possible. It's also unclear when he'll begin using his coaching certification and putting it to use.
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