According to Soccer laduma, Kaizer chiefs could be set to recall their loaned players in January after a sloppy start in the DSTV Premiership season.
Given Thibedi, Sizwe Twala, Itumeleng Shopane and Ayanda Rorwane were all loaned back to Swallows Football Club at the beginning of the 2020/21 DSTV Premiership, however they might be set to return to Neturena after the club's CAS appeal was dismissed.
However, only Ayanda Rorwane, Itumeleng Shopane and Sizwe Twala could return to the Glamour Boys, except for Given Thibedi. Reason behind that is because the player has already made an appearance for the Soweto based side Swallows Football Club.
Given Thibedi being not be able to return to Kaizer Chiefs might be a big blow for the club. Thibedi is one of the missing links at Kaizer chiefs, and he could have easily linked with the players at Naturena. However, that has all changed now and the player will only report to the club at the end of the season.
(Source: Soccer laduma)
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