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Kaizer Chiefs recall TWO players from Pretoria Callies to help boost squad
Kaizer Chiefs have recalled Keletso Sifama and Thabo Mokoena subsequent to spending the first portion of the 2021/22 season loaned at GladAfrica Championship side Pretoria Callies.
The pair joined Pretoria Callies on a season-long loan bargain toward the start of the season, yet have seen their visits stopped as Amakhosi mentor Stuart Baxter hopes to add more numbers to his crew given the vulnerability of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Furthermore, goalkeeper Abram Ngcobo has been released by Callies.
"Abram Ngcobo, Keletso Sifama and Thabo Mokoena are no longer with us," Callies media official Doctor Morewa said.
"Keletso and Thabo were with us on loan bargains. Along these lines, they are once again at Kaizer Chiefs. Abram was our player, however presently he is no longer our player."
PRETORIA CALLIES ARE STRUGGLING THIS SEASON
At the hour of distributing there was no lucidity with regards to where Ngcobo has moved - if anyplace.
Pretoria Callies are in thirteenth spot in the 16-group GladAfrica Championship standings with only 16 points after 17 matches.
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