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Kaizer Chiefs have finally found Tinashe Nengomasha's replacement.

Nengomasha played for Kaizer Chiefs, Mpumalanga Black Aces, and Bidvest Wits, as well as the Zimbabwe national team, in the South African Premier Soccer League. In the wake of Tinashe Nengomasha's departure, Farouk Khan claims that Kaizer Chiefs have stepped forward to fill the vacuum. 

Former Amakhosi football legend Nengomasha, who also played for Naturena in the 2000s according to Khan, has now been eclipsed. Zuma Kwinika has just signed a contract extension with Stellenbosch. 

Since Tinashe Nengomasha left Kaizer Chiefs, the team has been searching for a replacement. As a defender for Stellenbosch, Zitha Macheke is a former soccer player from South Africa. 

Kaizer Chiefs supporters have weighed in on the debate in the comments section. 

There is no one who can take the general's place. All of us have a unique skill or talent that sets us apart from the rest of the population. The ability of Nengomasha, compared to the bulk of today's game designers, to make hard but timely tackles, sweep and shoot outside the box set him apart from the competition. Even though Jali and Kekana were getting close, Tinashe Nengomasha was never classified as a 90-minute player. 

Making a comparison between Tinashe Nengomasha and this small youngster seems unfair to me. There is a lot of pride in their abilities as a game master. Nengomasha's position will not be filled in the near future. Everybody is giving it their all in this game, and the stakes couldn't be higher. To solve the problem of increased displacement, we must first accept that gamers are suffering. 

Many Kaizer Chiefs supporters believe Alton Zitha Macheke would fail to replace the vacuum left by the departure of Tinashe Nengomasha. Is Alton Zitha Macheke a boost to the Kaizer Chiefs midfielders? There is a designated area for you to express your opinions.


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