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'See What Ex-Chiefs Star Said About His Sh0ck Exit From Kaizer Chiefs.

'Read What Mabiliso Had to Say About His Shocked Exit From Kaizer Chiefs.

Mabiliso Breaks His Silence On Chiefs' Shock Exit.

Sibusiso Mabiliso has spoken out about his surprise departure from Kaizer Chiefs after only a year with the Glamour Boys.

So much was expected of the South African junior international when he moved from AmaZulu to Naturena in July last year, after flourishing spectacularly under Benni McCarthy's coaching.

Mabiliso, however, had difficulty getting into games at Amakhosi, making only six appearances in the 2021/22 season, five of which came while playing for the team's former coach Stuart Baxter.

On Tuesday, Chiefs posted on social media to announce that they had parted ways with the 23-year-old player after their agreement to end his contract was reached.

Now, Mabiliso made his own statement on social media to say goodbye to the club.


"I simply want to express my gratitude to @kcfcofficial for providing me the chance to be a part of this incredible club. I'm extremely appreciative of all the opportunities and lessons. I want to thank my manager, @AsiaB2, for always listening to me, being there for me, and supporting me. You are a real manager, and I adore and value you. You are top-notch! I want to express my love to all of my teammates and the lovely supporters who gave me a lot of love. You welcomed me with open arms and made me feel really welcome. I'm hoping for the best for you in the future. Many thanks and much love. I'm excited about what lies ahead for my career and all the new obstacles I'll encounter. #Amakhosi4Life," he tweeted.


It now remains to be seen where Mabiliso will ply his trade next, with a number of DStv Premiership teams understood to be keen on his services already.


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