Keagan Dolly is currently in the country and is without a club after his contract in France ended.
CBD to finally reunite?
Keagan Dolly was part of the three man known as the CBD - Castro, Billiat and Dolly.
During their time at Sundowns those players terrorized most defenders, as they went on to win the CAF Champions League under Pitso Mosimane.
Years later the CBD left Sundowns, Leornado Castro went to join Kaizer Chiefs, Keagan Dolly went to Montpelier in France and Khama Billiat then joined Kaizer Chiefs.
Can this move be true?
According to FarPost their sources spotted Keagan Dolly at Melrose Arch, a place where Kaizer Chiefs are keeping their new Arrivals at Johannesburg.
If the deal happened, he is expected to be announced today.
Roger De Sa advice on Dolly
"Only he knows his contract vs a local contract and lifestyle. Very personal. Just like I choose Cape Town lifestyle vs the rest.
"A happy player is usually a good player. He must be where he is happy. If you hate the cold, doesn't help to play in Russia."
Asked if he thought Dolly still have what it takes to play abroad, the former Sundowns and Moroka Swallows goalkeeper replied, "I think so, yes." - Roger De Sa
Should Kaizer Chiefs finally get to sign Keagan Dolly surely this will send out a very strong message to their arch-rivals on their intentions about the league honors.
Kaizer Chiefs have struggled for a long time now and one can identify their weaknesses over the past few seasons.
Here are Kaizer Chiefs were lacking; big signings to male the team play, a good scout to be able to spot the best talent.
Let's wait for the breaking news to be announced by Kaizer Chiefs on Dolly
Source: FarPost Twitter
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