After they banned to sign any players for two transfer windows Kaizer Chiefs Football Club were expected to make alot of signings when the ban ends.
And with so far having acquired the services of new players namely Brandon Peterson,Sfiso Hlanti,Njabulo Ngcobo,Sbusiso Mabiliso,Phathutshedzo Nange and Kgaogelo Chiefs have promised more signings and they are rumours going around that the signings will be huge and will definitely add quality to the club.
Ruzaign Gamildien was tipped to be one of the players to join Chiefs before even the transfer window could open or the PSL season end,but the move started to stall when Chiefs new Head Coach Stuart Baxter arrived at the club.The move was called off by Chiefs management as they went against signing the Bafana international.
The 32 year old says there is no bad blood between him and Chiefs and understand fully that this things happens in football,he is also happy at Swallows and is still contracted to the club.
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