In football, players could stick with a team where they aren't getting much playing time in the hopes that things will improve and they will be able to play again. Lazarus Kambole, a Zambian striker who has struggled with the Soweto giants in previous years, has been unaffected by the managerial changes at Chiefs.
Despite being used sparingly while Chiefs were battling with a string of injuries to their most trusted players, and even scoring a goal, Kambole's time with the club was cut short, and he is now largely expected to leave.
Kambole has already scored in just five minutes of action this season.
ZESCO United, his previous club, is reportedly being considered for a comeback to the Zambian Super League, however nothing has been confirmed.
The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has written to Kaizer Chiefs to confirm dates and kick-off times for the two encounters that the Club was unable to fulfill in December due to a significant Covid-19 outbreak at the Club's Naturena headquarters.
The away match against Lamontville Golden Arrows, which had been set for December 8, 2021, will instead be played in Durban on April 27, 2022, on Freedom Day.
The other match, against Cape Town City, has been rescheduled for 30 April 2022 at FNB Stadium after being postponed from 4 December 2021.
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