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Chiefs || Sacked R8 Million Star To Reunite With Other Sacked Teammates In Rival Psl Club


The news reaching the Siya team is that another Kaizer Chiefs release could be heading to KwaZulu-Natal ahead of the new season. Veteran defender Ramalwe Mphahlele has parted ways with the Soweto giants as they seek to rebuild under coach Arthur Zwane and it is now revealed he could reunite with other former Chiefs players in Durban if he decides to leave Gauteng.

AmaZulu FC have signed Dumisani Zuma and George Maluleka and Siya's side are now led to believe that it is possible Mphahlele could reunite with his former Durban team-mates after the club failed to sign defender Baroka Boninkosi Makume.

According to insiders, Usutu has been in talks with the 32-year-old's representatives since Amakhosi confirmed his departure and talks last week were at an early stage with a deal set to be finalized this week.

A second source said Mphahlele has yet to decide on his future as he may want to stay in Gauteng with a possible return to the Swallows, while SuperSport United could also be an option if he decides not to leave the province.

Ramalwe Mphahlele is a defender who has featured in 15 Premier League games this season, playing a total of 1135 minutes. Ramalwe Mphahlele is conceding an average of 0.48 goals per 90 minutes when a player is on the pitch. His current clean sheet rate is 40%. This means that Ramalwe Mphahlele kept a clean sheet in 6 of the 15 matches the player played. See how they play against other Premier Soccer League players.

Ramalwe Mphahlele has scored a total of 1 league goal so far this season, which places him 8th in the Kaizer Chiefs top scorers list. With the way top and highly experienced players were sacked from the Kaizer Chiefs sqaud, should we expect a worser outcome than that of last season? Do you think Kaizer Chiefs are now ready to be champions of the Dstv premier league again? Don't forget to like and share this article let's get more engagement.

Source: Soccerladuma

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