Forgotten Kaizer Chiefs midfield maestro could make dramatic return to Soweto but not with Amakhosi?
By GlobCapacity | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 2838 views
As far as love stories go in football not everyone has a fairytale ending
The most depressing thing for any coach or any player or any club is the failure to make things work after a hefty investment and having to now make a loss on a player that was bought for big money but sold for less
In the case of Kaizer Chiefs former midfield maestro Keegan Buchanan it was thought that from beginning it would be a fruitful marriage but it was not meant to be as the player was subsequently shipped out to Maritzburg United and later released most recently by the same club
But the former Glamour Boy could soon find himself playing for a Soweto Giant once again this time with Moroka Swallows as contact has already been made between the club and the midfield maestro if sources are to be believed and are accurate according to & courtesy of reports from KickOff.com
"There have been discussions even though it's nothing concrete. I believe something concrete will happen this week,"
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