Chiefs wants to ensure that they start a season in the positive note. They have worked extremely hard to making big changes at Naturena not only on the field of play but also outside the field.
Chiefs are monitoring a youngster who has received a call up to take part in "Bafana" squad. The national team is currently preparing to take part in the Hollywood bets COSAFA tournament.
It seem like Chiefs good relationship with Stellenbosch will still continue.
Liam De kock was a season campaigner for the western cape based side . Liam helped Stellenbosch fc DDC side to win the league last season.
He was a leader in the heart of the defence at Stellenbosch. He also scored some crucial goals.
Talks has not yet reached the formal stage between Chiefs and Stellenbosch .
Chiefs has started the season on a good note when they bought two seasons campaigners from Stellenbosch.
They could be hoping that Liam could join one of his former teammates Johnson at Chiefs.
Who has been seen at Naturena.
Liam will be hoping to make an impact in the national team after helping his team win the league.
Chiefs were linked with the services of TS Qalaxy center back Msimamgo. However the move hit a snag after he extended his stay with his club.
It not clear whether the DDC captain will play at Chiefs reserve side or senior side if Chiefs sign him, because at Stellenbosch he is been touted to replace veteran defender Robyn Johannes. Who previosly played for Pirates and Sundowns.
Chiefs has parted ways with 2 center backs Ramahlwe Mphahlele and Daniel Cardoso. They only bought one center back.
They also hope that their reserve team will do well after winning the Engen knock out cup tournament by beating Sundowns in penalty shoot out.
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