Date: 17 May 2022
Kaiser Chiefs is said to have decided to make some drastic changes to their team after an embarrassing season. It started by firing its coach, and now three of its underperforming strikers are expected to be released.
Kaizer Chiefs is set to reorganize their team they will do this by letting go of their three stickers, which are Leonardo Castro, Samir Nurkovic, and Lazarous Kambole having scored a combined two goals.
Castro, who has been with the team the longest, has yet to score this season despite appearing in 13 games.
Following his injury problems, he has played in the last seven games for AmaKhosi.
There is only one game remaining and the Colombian risks finishing his first season in South Africa without scoring since joining Kaizer Chiefs seven years ago.
His contract with Chiefs expires at the end of the month, and he is one of a small number of players with annual salaries above R5 million.
Nurkovic, the other striking partner, is in similar trouble.
This season, he's been plagued by injuries and has only scored once in 15 appearances.
The Serbian's contract, which was extended at the start of the season, expires at the end of June, and he will go to Royal AM.
Kambole has only scored twice in 45 appearances for Chiefs this season.
Kambole has averaged a single goal every 950 minutes in 1900 minutes of football.
The Zambian will leave having made far more money than he did back home but failing to justify his riches.
His three-year deal expires in June, and he's been on the transfer list all season.
So far, the three have only scored two goals in 1700 minutes of game time.
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