The head coach of Supersport United Kaitamo Tembo has made a bold statement about Sipho Mbule and Teboho Mokoena amid Kaizer Chiefs links.
Last week reports emerged that Mbule had already signed with Amakhosi ahead of the new season.
But however both SSU and the player's agent dismissed those rumours with claims that there are no teams that have tabled any offers for the SA U23 star.
Speaking to Skepe Matsebane on PowerSportExtra Tembo said the stay of both players to the club will give the club a huge boost in challenging for honours come next season.
Tembo said the reported exit of both players is all in the media.
"I think, for the past two, three days, where the club has had to come out and say you know what, no, our players are not going anywhere," he said.
Tembo said they invested a lot of time to the players and they can only get better.
He concluded that the players will help the club to fight for the league because that is always their ambition.
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