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Ex-Kaizer Chiefs player Defender retaliate against Kaizer Chiefs again.

Ex-Kaizer Chiefs player Defender fight back against Kaizer Chiefs once more.

At the point when examined by the media regarding the Club, previous Kaizer Chiefs protector Daniel Cardoso uncovered some cursing data.


He expressed that he had not taken part in a group building action at Chiefs in months however had done one at Sekhukhune United, which turned into a pattern throughout the span of the end of the week.


Numerous Kaizer Chiefs allies have safeguarded the group, saying the previous protector is really angry on the grounds that he hasn't had the option to keep the club out of his mouth since being delivered.


In the wake of being given up, he strikes them first. During a meeting with Marawa, he offered a few disparaging comments. Here are his definite words.


"The most concerning issues at Kaizer Chiefs are that they like FREE AGENTS, they sign players from NFD, a few players are only there for BIG SALARY and others show up at preparing DRUNK."


"I would play for Orlando Pirates in the event that they came thumping. It would allow me an opportunity to play in the Derby."


"Losing the association in the last 20 mins of the time, came to 4 cup finals and lost every one of them, it's difficult to accept"


"The old fashioned Chiefs, a player coming in late or impaired would be managed; told to leave. With us, we let things slide and things fire developing."


"Club proprietors need to move forward and enlighten us concerning a half year before they end our agreement so we can likewise find the following ways to figure out our lives."


"I addressed Leo Castro and we had a short visit and he let me know he must return to Colombia since he hasn't gotten anything. He wants another group."


Source:https://nmmabunda.com/ex-kaizer-chiefs-player-defender-retaliate-against-kaizer-chiefs-again/

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