Kaizer Chiefs brought in new reinforcements after another poor season they suffered. The new signings meant some of the players will be axed to make space in the team. Kaizer Chiefs had named the departures and players they placed in the transfer list after announcing the new recruits. It is hard to find a club when you have not showed you are worth any type of move. For the two Kaizer Chiefs high profile players that has been the case. They have not made an impact especially in the last campaign. Lazarous Kambole and Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya despite being placed in the transfer list, no offers really came forward for them.
Lazarous Kambole does not want to leave Kaizer Chiefs as he believes he still can make an impact at the club. There were high expectations for Kambole when he arrived from Zesco United, but he has been a failure at Kaizer Chiefs after scoring just one goal in over two seasons. With Leonardo Castro out until later this year, Kambole might get an opportunity to prove himself. Ntiya-Ntiya with the reinforcements Kaizer Chiefs made in left back position he is facing uncertainty. Do you think both players will be released by Kaizer Chiefs? Comment below, share and hit the like button please.
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