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Kaizer Chiefs & Amazulu are both plotting a move for exciting Simba SC top class midfielder?

Normally in South African Football it is not normal for some or one of the big fish to go head to head with some of the 'so called' 'small fish' for top class quality players in or outside the country

That is of course because the big clubs in the DSTV Premiership do not have similar resources as the so called smaller clubs and as well the small clubs do not carry a similar level of prestige and attraction as the top dogs in the DSTV Premiership

But then again that has always been the case and might always be the case in the future as well unless of course something that is not normal takes place and the so called smaller clubs manage to get themselves extremely wealthy owners

And in relation to Amazulu although they are not traditionally one of the big clubs here in South African Football they have however been punching above their weight for the last season or so in the DSTV Premiership

As they finished in a very unprecedented second place in the DSTV Premiership as a consequence of some the big clubs in the country having an off season particularly both Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates who were not that impressive last season

That has now elevated the belief that Amazulu have within their camp that they can compete with the big boys at the highest level here in South African Football as they qualified for this season's CAF Champions League campaign

Which is why according to & courtesy of reports from SoccerLaduma Kaizer Chiefs and Amazulu could potentially be competing for the signature of Simba SC top class midfielder Larry Bwalya

The reports also further on to include that if both Amazulu and Kaizer Chiefs decide to advance their interest in Larry Bwalya they would have to pay quite a blockbuster fee to his club Simba SC to acquire the services of the highly rated player

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