Former Kaizer Chiefs star reveals who'll be the club's first signing after the transfer ban|Opinion?
By GlobCapacity | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 1 views
For most loyal Kaizer Chiefs supporters they no longer know what exactly to expect from the club anymore
Although the Glamour Boys have picked up a couple of points in the last couple of weeks Amakhosi are still slightly inconsistent justified by the club's shock defeat in the Nedbank Cup to Richards Bay
As Amakhosi can now partially & technically start planning for the future in relation to transfers with the transfer ban ending soon a couple of names have been thrown around as to who will be the first signing made by club
And the most prominent name is Maritzburg United striker Judas Moseamedi who former Amakhosi legend Tinashe Nengomashe has revealed should be the first name on the club's transfer wishlist if sources are to be believed and are also accurate as well
"In my opinion, the first player they have to sign Judas Moseamedi,"
"He would fit in Gavin's style because he's tall, he can hold the ball upfront and he can score goals,"
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