Going into the June 2022 transfer window market Kaizer Chiefs Football Club was expected to have a squad overhaul that they have promised to their fans since 2018, as the club's head coach, Arthur Zwane and Sporting Director, Kaizer Motaung Jnr hinted that towards the back end of the season 2021/2022.
The duo alongside the club's assistant coach, Dillion Sheppard wasted no time, as they decided to show the club's goalkeeper coach, Lee Baxter as well 11 other players the exit door while Agay Akumu was transfer-listed to open spaces for new arrivals ahead of the new season.
Among 11 players who were shown the exit door at Naturena, it was the club's left fullback, Siphosakhe Ntiyantiya who is the club's development graduate after impressing in the club's reserve side back in 2018.
The 25-year-old struggled to cement his place in the starting 11 during his four-year stay with the club's senior team despite the club failing to have a number left fullback during that time, which saw him transfer-listed before the start of the 2021/2022 season before recently being shown the exit door.
The Bizana-born player is one of the players Amakhosi managed to produce in the last six-plus seasons from their reserve side, with the others being the likes of Siyabonga Ngezana, Happy Mashiane, Njabulo Blom, and Mduduzi Shabalala to name a few.
Yesterday the club took to their Instagram account, @kcfcofficial to show their graduate to Ntiyantiya for his service over the years, and wish him well in the future.
Chiefs continue to show loyalty and respect to players who have been loyal to the club during their times at the club, and it comes as no surprise to see them writing such messages to Ntiyantiya who has been loyal to the club for years.
We will also like to wish him well in his future endeavours.
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