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Image: Recently released Chiefs star spotted building a house in his home village

Going into the June 2022 transfer window market Kaizer Chiefs Football Club fans and followers expected the club to make changes to their playing squad and technical team, as the club's hierarchy hinted at more than that when the season ends, the club will have the changes they promised their fans back in 2018.

Amakhosi first decided to hire their former player and reserve side head coach, Arthur Zwane as the club's senior team head coach for the next three seasons after replacing Stuart Baxter, and he will be assisted by former Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club left fullback, Dillion Sheppard who also signed a three-year contract with the club.

The duo alongside the club's Sporting Director, Kaizer Motaung Jnr wasted no time in adding and releasing personnel they feel don't deserve to be at the club, as alongside the eight players who join the club they were also 12 players who were shown the exit door.

One of the players that are among the 12 players that were released by the club is former Moroka Swallows and Sundowns star, Ramahlwe Mphahlele, who was released after six years at the club after he joined the club back in 2016 from Sundowns.

The 32-year-old is one of the strongest and most disciplined players you could find in the country, as during his ten-plus years' career he has never been found doing things he is not supported to do.

The South African international is currently in his home province of Limpopo enjoying his off-season holidays, as he was spotted in his home village in Ga-Mphahlele building a house.

I think there is not much to read into this, as this is another player making sure that after he retires, he will have a home to retire to.

Other than that, we can expect to see him in the future playing for another PSL club after he departs from Chiefs.


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