Kaizer Chiefs has had fluctuating performances in the first half of the season. The DStv Premiership League will be resuming in February. Kaizer Chiefs will be looking to do better than they did in the first half of the season. Signings that Kaizer Chiefs made in July/August transfer window have not really clicked. Keagan Dolly has been the only signing that has hit the ground running. Kaizer Chiefs will be looking to have an improved defensive line and in midfield too. Although Kaizer Chiefs has been dealt with a big blow ahead of the second half of the season.
The bad news for Kaizer Chiefs is that their midfielder Cole Alexander has suffered an injury blow. Cole Alexander has reportedly dislocated his shoulder. It is still unknown for how long the player will be out for at the moment. Cole Alexander has had an injury in the first of half of the season that kept him out for few weeks. He was doing well at the time he suffered an injury. Do you think Kaizer Chiefs will miss Cole Alexander? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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