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Kaizer Chiefs former star names surprise captaincy candidate?

Kaizer Chiefs former star names surprise captaincy candidate

According to a former Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana Bafana striker, Kaizer Chiefs should make Khama Billiat their new captain! Katlego Mphela has spoken on the captaincy problem at Naturena as a former Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana Bafana player.

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Senior players with the Glamour Boys were let go, including former captains Rama Mphahlele and Bernard Parker.

Itumeleng Khune and Eric Mathoho, two current seniors, are getting little to no game action.

This places Kaizer Chiefs and their relatively youthful team in a difficult situation heading into the following season.

Mphela thinks Khama Billiat would make a great captain at Naturena.

The Bafana Bafana veteran thinks that Billiat's return to the field of play could be sparked by the responsibilities!

BILLIAT should be selected as captain by Kaizer Chiefs

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Moreover, In other transfer news, Pule Mmodi might easily join Kaizer Chiefs!

The Amakhosi reportedly received first preference in the competition to sign the talented winger.

Five new signings have most recently joined Kaizer Chiefs.

George Matlou, Kamohelo Mahlatsi, and Dillon Solomons were all signed by The Glamour Boys. The trio came from Swallows, a nearby neighborhood.

Along with Yusuf Maart, the club also introduced Siyethemba Sithebe.

With the addition of defender Zitha Kwinika and striker Ashley Du Preez earlier this month, Naturena's massive renovation got under way. The two individuals came from Stellenbosch FC.

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