The summer transfer window was one of the best in Premier League history in South Africa. Leading clubs like Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates, Mamelodi Sundown, and others have made significant signings to strengthen their championship squads. The Chiefs were one of the more successful clubs in terms of transfers this summer after lifting their ban.
However, I believe the organization made some huge errors in signing these three players. It is not a bad idea to sign sportsmen, but many factors must be considered, such as quality and age.
D. Kgaogelo is number one.
Kigi is the nickname given to the newly recruited winger. With his former club, Morocco Swallows, the 24-year-old forward scored three goals in 24 appearances.
According to the statistics, the player is not of the caliber of a major league club like Chiefs. He was brought in to help the club because of his versatility in the event of an injury to a first-team winger, but I don't believe he can help the squad win the league.
Brandon Peterson, No. 2
Kaizer Chiefs bought the Cape Town goalkeeper during the transfer window. He was a former Bidvest Wits goalkeeper who was released after a poor performance.
He was without a club for the 2020/2021 season until he signed with Chief. He is not, in my opinion, the best fit for a team that is competing for the league title.
3. Thabani Dube
The 28-year-old defender joined Kaizer Chiefs this summer. Following a solid showing in the lower division last season, he was signed from Richards Bay.
Dube is a seasoned defender, but his age is going to hurt the club this season. The club, in my opinion, is expected to sign young and potential players in the future. Photo courtesy of Google.
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