Kaizer Chiefs confirm decision on striker
Among other things Kaizer Chiefs are displaying their unwillingness to give in during this window. A second striker trialist was turned down by Amakhosi.
Finding the following striker for Kaizer Chiefs is becoming more difficult. The club has now turned down the fourth trialist.
THREE APPELLANTS ARE REJECTED BY KAIZER CHIEFS
According to a report from The South African website published in June, Arthur Zwane and his technical staff asked three former strikers to make an impression on the club. Caleb Bimenyimana of Burundi and the local team of Wayde Lekay and Fuad Johnson were also present.
Amakhosi had not been persuaded by any of the three that they were the best candidates.DARREN SMITH IS THE CURRENT REJECT According to this website, former SuperSport United number nine Darren Smith was the second player to sign for Naturena.
The 26-year-old product of Cape Town is currently a free agent after leaving Moroccan club FAR Rabat, where he scored one goal in ten games last season.
iDiski Times has learned certain details Smith 26 has been invited to practice with Amakhosi after just finishing a six-month stint with AS FAR in the Moroccan Botola Pro league. On Thursday the football player finished his first practice at Naturena.
The club has now decided on Smith, adding previous decisions on Lakay, Johnson and Bimenyimana.
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