Even though they made it a goal to bring in more excellent players during the previous July-August transfer window, the Kaizer Chiefs defense has been difficult in the 2021/22 season.
Amakhosi was clearly intent on signing defenders, but none of their new back four has been particularly impressive. They may be given the benefit of the doubt because it was their first season at Naturena. What about the club's veteran defenders? What is their justification for putting in poor performances? Eric Mathoho, Daniel Cardoso, and Ramahlwe Mphahlele have all struggled in their defensive roles. Amakhosi has opted to rebuild their defense by bringing back one of their youth development stars. Amakhosi had to do something different this time,pay for the R12 million millionaire.
After a successful season with Stellenbosch FC, Chiefs have signed Zitha Kwinika in the hopes of bringing his defensive skills to Naturena.
He'll be introduced within the club, and his coach has confirmed his departure. Even Kwinika sent Stellies an emotional statement after he won practically all of their awards.
The talented defender was the biggest winner on the night as the Western Cape-based outfits handed out their end-of-season awards. "I'd want to send Zitha my best wishes. According to IDiskiTimes, Barker remarked, "He's going back to his boyhood club, where he's developed."
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