Kaizer Chiefs' most notable impact over the offseason may be off the field of play after the arrival of a new member of the club's specialized group at their Naturena home.
Chiefs brought in a total of eight new players: seven rookies and Mduduzi Shabalala, who was just promoted to the team's all-time best players group.
Even so, Amakhosi are shaking things up off the field as well.
In light of Muzi Maluleke's addition to the team as a games researcher and IFBB PRO, the club recently purged its private cabin personnel.
Maluleke, affectionately known as "Muz Monster," arrived at Naturena on Monday morning after finishing in second place in his Pro Debut at the Expo Supershow hosted in Brazil. He will now be working for the Chiefs.
For the Chiefs, chronic injuries to their top players have been a huge problem in recent seasons. Maluleke is seen as the solution despite the fact that Itumeleng Khune, Keagan Dolly, and Khama Billiat have all dealt with injury concerns.
According to his personal website, Maluleke is a specialist on strength and molding who also happens to have a master's degree in sports science.
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