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Done deal: Former Chiefs star returns to Europe

Done deal: Former Chiefs star returns to Europe

The Siyanda Xulu failed deal may still be causing a lot of Kaizer Chiefs supporters pain. Before leaving Naturena, the 30-year-old made just 10 appearances over two seasons.

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Xulu a former Kaizer Chiefs defender who left Hapoel Tel Aviv in March, has moved abroad. To stay in shape, he trained with AmaZulu in recent months. Unexpectedly, the player from KwaMashu has joined a new team in East European nation of Azerbaijan.

Lebogang Guluva Mashishi of B & N International Sports the agent, confirmed the transaction.

Thus, the transaction was carried out by my partner Kenneth Yamongbe and me. We have been advocating for Magazi as Siyanda is known in the football world for months but it has been extremely difficult because any player coming from playing In several Arab gulf or Islamic governments as well as a few other nations in Asia participation in the Israeli league is prohibited according to Mashishi Soccer Laduma's top reporter Masebe Qina. Therefore it has been difficult to negotiate for him a fair contract with the right kind of financial benefits for his situation.

Since Mr Kyamil from Baku is our partner and agent in Azerbaijan he oversaw the deal on our behalf.


Mashishi clarified that the team will provide the former Kaizer Chiefs number five a brief contract to demonstrate its quality.

I'm thrilled that Magazi finally received this chance thanks to the support of Football Club Turan Tovuz President Mr Nadir Nabiyev and the coach. It's a one-season contract with a choice, he continued.

The move for the vice-captain of our national team was made possible and secured by B & N International Sports Agency, Mashishi said.

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