Kaizer Chiefs have unveiled FOUR more signings ahead of the 2022/2023 season, while Mduduzi Shabalala has been promoted by the first tea.
The Soweto giants have confirmed the arrivals of Dillan Solomons, Kamohelo Mahlatsi and Lehlogonolo George Matlou from cross-town rivals Swallows FC, while Siyethemba Sithebe also joined the club after parting ways with AmaZulu.
It shows management make decisions on who to bring in the team. The last trophy they lifted was macufe cup, oh sorry it was macufe cup and cow cup from Swaziland 15 years ago. N1 will dance next season and be exposed. Ashley, Solomons, Messi Aka Mdu , Kamo, Sithebe will make defenders have nightmares.. MTN 8 loading.
If you could remember our back five, the better Solomons Ngcobo Frosler Dube maybe Mabiliso this is NOT defensive approach at all to you followers who knows little diski. Mduduzi is quality and only 18 years old. Now this one is quality top player..him and kwinika, and Dupreez not sure about this Mahlatsi boy.
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