Chiefs Preparing To Say Goodbye To Some Players
As Kaizer Chiefs prepare for their final DSTV Premiership meeting of the season against Swallows FC, there are a few players who could look set to say their goodbyes, while others may have already played their last match for the Soweto giants.
6. Daniel Cardoso
7. Daniel Akpeyi
8. Samir Nurkovic
9. Bernard Parker
10. Kearyn Baccus
11. Lazarous Kambole
12. Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya
Who do you think deserve to remain with Amakhosi?
I am a Sundowns fan Bernard aka Die hond Parker must stay as I feel he deserves to be in the technical side as he has been with the club for over 10 years same applies for Khune incase the club decides to let him go
Admin you really love Samir from number 1&8 I'm starting to really think sometimes you smoke weed we got two players using same names wow.
So Kaizer Chiefs have two Nurkovic! Because I saw number 2 and number 8 is Nurkovic.
Kearyn Baccus and Ramahlwe Mphahlele.
I'm not sure about Lazarus Kambole I feel he did not get enough time to play under the previous Coaches..
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