Chiefs brought in seven new players, plus Mduduzi Shabalala, who has been added to the club's most famous group. This makes a total of eight new players.
Amakhosi are making changes, but not just on the field.
The club recently got rid of some of the people working in the private cabins and replaced them with Muzi Maluleke, a games researcher who is also an IFBB PRO.
Maluleke, who is known as "Muz Monster" by his friends, showed up at Naturena on Monday morning after coming in second place in his Pro Debut at the Expo Supershow in Brazil to start his new job at Chiefs. He had just finished working at the University of Pretoria, where his work was well-liked.
In past seasons, the Chiefs' biggest problem has been the injuries that kept their best players from playing at their best. Itumeleng Khune, Keagan Dolly, and Khama Billiat have all had their fair share of injury problems, but Maluleke is seen as the solution to this.
Maluleke has a graduate degree in Sports Science and is an expert on strength and molding, according to his website.
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