Kaizer Chiefs soccer players who are coming back from loans have appeared to be out in the cold as they yet to be informed of the club's decision for the new season.
With the preparation for the new season in full swing at Kaizer Chiefs after the club added eight new players to next season's squad while several others have been released, the club is expected to make a decision on the futures of players who spent the previous season on loan.
The four Chiefs player who were on loan last season are:
• Darrel Matsheke.
• Thabo Mokoena.
• Keletso Sifama.
According to sources, the four youngsters haven't yet been advised on the plan for their immediate future, as the team returned for training this week.
According to Soccer Laduma sources, the four players haven't yet been advised on the plan for their immediate future, as the team returned for training this week.
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