Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed another first-team exit as the club continues their preparations for the new season. Soweto giants and midfielder Anthony Akumu Agai had amicably separated a year before his contract expired. The Kenyan midfielder was on the transfer list at the end of the 2021/22 season but the two sides have now decided to go their separate ways.
After he was initially put on the transfer list, Kaizer Chiefs and Anthony Akumu Agay agreed to an early termination. The contract will expire in June 2023. The Kenyan-born midfielder joined Chiefs from Zesco United in Zambia in January 2020 and has scored twice in his 47 games in all competitions for Amakhosi.
Anthony Akumu is a midfielder who has made 9 appearances this season in the Premier League, playing 313 minutes in total. Anthony Akumu averages 0 assists per 90 minutes a player is on the field. See how they compare to other Premier Soccer League players.
Anthony Akumu has scored a total of 0 goals in the league so far this season, which places them 30th on the Kaizer Chiefs top scorers list. We wish 'Teddy' all the best for his future.
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