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Nine Kaizer Chiefs Players Set For Exit Door At Naturena.

At the end of the current season, the Kaizer Chiefs could potentially lose as many as nine players in the summer. The Glitter Boys have a number of players whose agreements will expire at the conclusion of the 2021/22 season, and it will go without saying if the remainder of them have not been handed contract extensions at Naturena.

 

 

There are also a handful of players whose Kaizer Chiefs agreements may be dissolved, leading to a shortage of match time or disciplinary problems. Hardly two of the seven players whose contracts are up for negotiation are serious contenders under Stuart Baxter: stand-in commander Bernard Parker and goaltender Daniel Akpeyi.

 

 

On the other hand, Kaizer Chiefs forward Samir Nurkovic has been out for months due to a hamstring problem, but considering the club's attacking dilemma, the Glamour Boys may indeed be persuaded to restructure his contract for another year.

 

 

Lazarous Kambole, Ramahlwe Mphahlele, Kearyn Baccus, and Reeve Frosler's agreements are also up at the end of the regular season, and all four have already struggled for playing time, mostly because Stuart Baxter arrived at the Kaizer Chiefs. 

 

 

Dumisani Zuma seems to be another Kaizer Chiefs player who could be on his way out. The talented player has been troubled by injuries, but his off-field behavior could lead to his departure. Zuma has indeed been prohibited from all club-related engagements with significant consequences, pending the outcome of an administrative disciplinary committee, following his arrest for reportedly driving while intoxicated. 

 

If Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya is unable to get a transfer away from Kaizer Chiefs in January, he might ask for his agreement to be cancelled somewhere at the end of the regular season.

 

 

Bernard Parker and his friend Samir Nurkovic have to be at the top of the list because I don't think they are useful to the team. The likes of Daniel Akpeyi and Itumeleng Khune must remain in the team because they are valuable and they come in handy during crucial times. "Kaizer Chiefs fans state

 

Ntiya-Ntiya was placed on the transfer list by the club at the end of the competition after Stuart Baxter considered him superfluous to expectations.

 

 

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