The 30-year-old is disappointed in the outcome after leaving Amakhosi to play for the Brazilians. Former Kaizer Chiefs winger George Lebese says he wishes he had stayed with the club rather than signing with Mamelodi Sundowns.
Since leaving Amakhosi in 2017 after making a transfer request, he has admitted that he was tempted by other opportunities.
Despite being content at Naturena, Lebese decided to leave the Chiefs and join the Sundowns. He said he has no one to blame but himself.
At that juncture, Lebese said Marawatv, "I had to make a decision quickly and there were numerous temptations."
Second, Mandla Masango
Unlike the other young players, he never got to play a significant amount. Since Stuart Baxter had faith in him, he was given a chance to play. No one ever sold him or lent him out.
Never one to let others down, he always made the most of his chances. Everyone was singing his praises, but it seemed like it was too late for the Chiefs to reap any benefits from their efforts with the indigenous star.
No one was surprised when he didn't re-up with the team after his previous deal ended; in fact, by that point, not even the coach was planning to keep him around. Although Itumeleng Khune returned after establishing peace with them, Masango never came back. When considering how long Msango was with Chiefs, I can't make sense of his departure. Both the team and Masango invested a lot in one another, so who is to blame?
3rd Knowledge Musona
It has been speculated that the Orlando Pirates and the Mamelodi Sundowns are interested in acquiring Chiefs defender Musona. Musona expressed sadness to a close relative over quitting the Kaizer Chiefs.
The Zimbabwean attacker signed a two-year contract with Saudi Arabian Pro League club Al-Tai.
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