On Monday this week, Kaizer Chiefs confirmed the arrival of former AmaZulu FC midfielder Siyethemba Sithebe amongst other signings. When got into the Kaizer Chiefs clothing he just reflected the looks of Kaizer Chiefs legend Siphiwe Tshabalala and some are already calling him the "new Shabba" of Amakhosi.
Amakhosi eager to put their disastrous seasons behind them, they have decided to return to the pitch early to put in the work. The Glamour Boys began their pre-season training on Wednesday and it was good to see their new signings joining them including Sithebe.
The midfielder might have had a bitter exit from his previous employers but looks determined to doing what he loves and contribute to the success of Amakhosi, if there is any to come. The Premier Soccer League is yet to release the opening round of fixtures to see the Glamour Boys' initially task ahead of another exciting season of premiere league football.
Sources: The South African
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