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Kaizer Chiefs part ways with midfielder

Its that time of the season once again whereby we will be seeing an exodus of players in the Premier Soccer League, players from the National First Division (NFD) could potentially find themselves being signed by DStv Premiership clubs, and some players from the South African top tier league could find themselves relegated to the second division. Some players will find themselves moving from their respective clubs and could either be signed by rival teams or go abroad if there would be offers tabled for them.

It has been reported that Kaizer Chiefs has parted ways with with one of their highly rated midfielders, and when the 2022/33 season commenced the player would be playing for a different team if they choose to continue playing professional football. The player that is reportedly parting ways with Kaizer Chiefs is the 39 year old Australian international Kearyn Baccus who arrived at the club during Ernst Middendorp reign in 2019.

The player knmh spent three seasons with Amakhosi, even though he showed signs of being an awesome player he was still not given a reasonable chance to become a regular at the club's starting line up, and his agent Mike Makaab has indicated that in the meantime he is looking for a new club for his client, and there are local interest for his services.

Makaab indicated that Kaizer Chiefs has no future plans for the player as they are not considering to build a new team around him stating from next season and beyond. It's not likely that the player could spend a long while without a club, the South African football universe sawbhie capable he is, he is good on the ball and he is a team player, it was just unfortunate that at Kaizer Chiefs things didn't really worn-out the way he would have hoped.

Source: Soccer Laduma

The South African

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