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Confirmed: After being sacked at Chiefs, the two midfielders have found their new clubs

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As a rule, it's hard for players to continue in from an enormous group like Kaizer Chiefs, particularly in the event that they didn't satisfy the elevated standards of the club. It very well may be difficult to downsize as far as an authoritative bundle. Now and again the player may need to bite the bullet and refocus in a little group. None of this is simpler except for assuming a player is not kidding about improving in his footballer profession, he should restart his excursion if things didn't work out at Chiefs. Presently, it has been accounted for that the previous Amakhosi couple has tracked down their new clubs to contend inside the 2021/22 season. This trails they were delivered by the Soweto goliaths at the beginning phases of their worthwhile arrangements. 



The previous Glamor Boys players James Kotei and Arohasina 'Dax' Andrianarimanana have both got themselves new groups whereby they'll will revamp their vocation and add to their separate clubs. At the point when Kotei endorsed at Chiefs from Simba SC there were inquiries regarding his capacities to play probably the greatest club in Mzansi. Nonetheless, things finished rapidly for the Ghanaian midfielder as he was sacked before he could play an authority match for Chiefs. Despite the fact that this was stunning yet he needed to continue on back in 2019. Kotei wound up joining Belarus outfit Slavia Mozyr. Notwithstanding, that didn't keep going that long as well, as he left the club and he was a free specialist for the main part of 2020. By and by, Kotei has something to grin about as he was divulged by an Omani side Sohar FC. 


In the mean time, Dax has needed to reach back to his underlying foundations after the entire dramatization with Chiefs and the Madagascar side Fosa Juniors. As he was essential for Chiefs' two-window move boycott authorized by FIFA. Fosa indicted Amakhosi over the marking of Dax back in 2018, as they expressed that it was done unlawfully since the conventions were not followed to get the administrations of the Malagasy midfielder. Notwithstanding, things have accepted one more turn as Fosa has surrendered Dax back to their side.


Source:https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.thesouthafrican.com/sport/soccer/psl-south-africa/kaizer-chiefs-latest-sacked-duo-find-new-clubs/amp

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