Kaizer Chiefs are expected to chop a lot of players out of their squad as current coach Gavin Hunt is about to make his own squad once the transfer ban is lifted.
It is obvious that Gavin Hunt has only been forced to use the players he has at his disposal even though they may not be what he prefers, that because he was unable to bring in any new players with the CAS transfer ban hanging at Naturena.
With the Ban to be lifted very soon, some players will leave the club if Hunt does not want to use them. One player who is amongst the list of players who will learn their fate is defender Ramahlwe Mphahlele.
The former Mamelodi Sundowns player was made Captain by Gavin Hunt recently after Itumeleng Khune was stripped of the captaincy.
Whether the fact that the Limpopo born captain will be kept at The club on the virtue of that he is now captain will remain to be seen.
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