Kaizer Chiefs Football Club has one of the top development structures in the country, it can be seen with the number of players it has produced in the last five seasons.
The structure has produced the likes of club captain Itumeleng Khune, Njabulo Blom and, Happy Mashiane to name a few, and continues to give chances to youngsters and help them to build themselves up.
After their impressive dominant outcomes on Friday against Rosina FC in the Gauteng development league, the youngsters took on their arch-rivals Orlando Pirates Football Club on Sunday and Chiefs were dominant as usual and only losing just one match.
With that said, we have decided to look at their results, and they are as follows:
Orlando Pirates u13 0 - 3 Kaizer Chiefs u13
Orlando Pirates u15 1 - 2 Kaizer Chiefs
Orlando Pirates u17 2 - 1 Kaizer Chiefs u17
Orlando Pirates u19 0 - 2 Kaizer Chiefs u19
Source: Kaizer Chiefs Football Club Official Facebook page
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