As Amakhosi are in a forceful situation to sign new players next season due to their current situation. Goalkeeper Bruce Bvuma is set to renew his contract with the club. Kaizer Chiefs have already gave Siyabonga Ngezana a 3 years deal and Siphelele Ntshangase were released last week.
The goalkeeping department will be much stronger as Brandon Peterson is expected to join the club next season.Daniel Akpeyi has been doing well at Chiefs is likely to remain the first choice in all Itumeleng Khune's absence.
Players like Willard Katsande ,Bernard Parker ,Philani Zulu shouldn't be given new contracts they have done their part at Chiefs ,it will make sense to be released to joined other clubs who might need their services.This weekend Kaizer Chiefs will face Orlando Pirates in the DStv premiership match ,Pirates have quality players compared to Chiefs.Coach Gavin Hunt as it stands he's not on the good books of Amakhosi fans .
Source :www Soccerladuma.co.za
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