It has been broadly promoted that Swallows FC striker Ruzaigh Gamaldien will take an action to Kaizer Chiefs toward the finish of season. It is accepted that Chiefs and Swallows have effectively concurred about the move. Be that as it may, Chiefs administrator Kaizer Motaung is unconvinced about Gamaldien's transition to his club.
It is supposedly that Motaung needed to let the mentor Gavin Hunt and those that are demanding that Gamaldien was a decent procurement have their direction. Gamaldien is among the top goalscorers in the DStv Premiership having gotten 11. Five of those were from the punishment spot.
As indicated by the source, Motaung raised his interests when the striker's name made it to the list of things to get of the Chiefs specialized group. Motaung wasn't altogether persuaded about Gamaldien's.
Gamaldien isn't the correct player for Chiefs, in addition to the age isn't his ally. Bosses ought to sign youthful players not players who are beyond 30 years old.
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