Football is a risky business. Over the years in the PSL, we've seen a lot of dangerous goal scorers finish the season as the top scorer, only to come back the next year and miss easy chances.
During the PSL era, we've also seen forwards who were overhyped but turned out to be the worst signings for their clubs.
The DStv Premiership team Kaizer Chiefs often scouts in the southern part of Africa. In 2019, they signed Lazarus Kambole from Zesco United, who was overrated in his home country of Zambia. Kambole was a great player in his home country, where he scored goal after goal. Unfortunately, his luck changed when he moved to South Africa.
Joining Kaizer Chiefs Most of Kambole's countrymen and former coaches wanted him to win the PSL. But Leonardo Castro and Samir Nurkovic, who get hurt a lot, have had to play ahead of him. Since his first game with the Kaizer Chiefs in 2019, the Chipolopolo forward has scored two goals. This season, the former Zesco United forward scored his only goal when he came on as a substitute after only 4 minutes of play. He was under the direction of coach Stuart Baxter at the time.
There have been rumors lately that Lazarus Kambole will be shipped out because he hasn't done much in two seasons. Without further ado, let's take a look at how much Kaizer Chiefs pays Lazarus Kambole every month. Sources say that Kambole is currently making R100,000 a month at Naturena before taxes. Since he joined Kaizer Chiefs, Kambole has made a total of R3,000,000 (plus bonuses, of course).
Sources also say that Kambole's salary is three times that of Nkosingiphile Ngcobo, who is said to be making R30,000 since signing his first top-flight contract with Kaizer Chiefs in 2019.
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