With this R4.5 MILLION star from one of Africa's best clubs, Kaizer Chiefs might make their fourth signing this week.
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Fabrice Ngoma is on the verge of joining Chiefs from African powerhouse Raja Casablanca.
"The only issue is that the position he plays at the Chiefs is now overloaded. He is of high quality and is being considered, but they may decide not to hire him," a site insider said.
He's a good player who could help the Chiefs. He will, however he have to compete as a midfielder.
Siyethemba Sithebe is one of the players. Not only that, but Amakhosi has also been associated with players like Bongani Zungu, Thabo Cele, and others.
He is a quick, skillful, and astute football player.
He would fit in well with players like Phathutshedzo Nange and Cole Alexander at Amakhosi right now.
He'd also thrive when paired with Kgaogelo Sekgota's speed and ability.
At Naturena, things are heating up after ten players valued over R70 million departed the club.
At Chiefs, it's time for a new look. As a result, more signings are expected to be announced in the following weeks.
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