Brandon Peterson, Sbusiso Mabiliso, Sfiso Hlanti, Austin Dube, Njabulo Ngcobo, Alexander Cole, Phathutshedzo Nange, Keagan Dolly, and Kgaogelo Sekgota were among the nine important acquisitions made by Kaizer Chiefs Football Club prior to the 2021/2022 DSTV Premiership season. Regardless, they didn't bring in any well-known striker, which many believe is a sign of how serious they are.
With interim football head coach Stuart Baxter's preference for a convenient striker, Khama Billiat was passed on to take the role, and for the most part, he seemed off-kilter, while a by a long shot striker Samir Nurkovic, who is currently injured, played as a left-wing front.
Despite the fact that it is claimed that Baxter excused the shot at Royal Andile Mpisane Football Club striker Victor Letsoalo, the club is said to be excited about Letsoalo and Lamontville Golden Arrows Football Club star striker Knox Mutizwa.
The two players are currently on open commitments to their respective countries of South Africa and Zimbabwe in the 2020 FIFA World Cup qualifications, where they are competing against Ghana and Ethiopia in a comparative social event.
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