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Chiefs Sign New Addition Player On A Two-Year Deal

Kaizer Chiefs football club recently added another new addition player to their 2022/23 squad as they take full advantage of the open transfer market which will conclude in September.

The Naturena base side was in search of a striker and a left-back after the club already signed just under ten players in the off-season after parting ways with twelve players at the conclusion of the 2021/22 campaign.

The Soweto-based giants are still looking to sign that one striker who will be deadly in the attack to assist Ashley Du Preez by scoring much needed goals, but they've luckily found the left-back they were looking for.

A few players was on trial with Kaizer Chiefs in hope to sign deals with the club, but the club decided to opt against signing their in trial players which included the Burundian striker Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana who scored some great goals in the pre-season campaign.

The last player to join the club on trial was former Cape Town City FC centre-back Edmilson Dove. The Mozambican professional footballer was last to enter a trial run, but was the most successful out of all.

Edmilson Dove must've really impressed the club's technical team during trials as the club offered him a deal. According to Kaizer Chiefs, they signed the 28-year-old defender on a two-year deal with a one-year option to extend.

The newly signed left-back/centre-back will only be eligible to play for the club once his paperwork has been finalised. Dove spent six seasons with the Citizens in the Premier Soccer League.

The new Chiefs signing will have to put in the work during training as he didn't play regular football last season after making 7 appearances for the Cape Town based side.

Dove is a replacement for one Daniel Cardoso, Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya or Ramahlwe Mphahlele's positions in the club's defence as the three defenders was on the list of players who parted with the club in the off-season.

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