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Former Chiefs' Striker Set For Botswana Move?

Former Chiefs' Striker Set For Botswana Move?

Date: 24/01/2022

Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Sizwe Twala are said to be on the verge of joining Botswana-based side Gaborone United. Football publication FARPost confirmed that their sources revealed there is information and reports that would suggest and indicate that the former Chiefs star are set to potentially make a move to Botswana. Sizwe Twala is still young at 24-years-old but he has a lot of experience as a professional football player, and would be an asset to any club, in or outside of the country.

Sizwe Twala born and bred in Soweto, Gauteng are known for his stints as a formidable striker for Kaizer Chiefs in the top flight, Moroka Swallows and then Pretoria Callies FC in the GladAfrica Championship. The last club Sizwe Twala was associated with is Pretoria Callies FC which he was with in 2021. Twala has an eye for goal and is a brilliant striker.

Sizwe Twala before he even knew what Kaizer Chiefs was about, played for Orlando Pirates in the junior ranks before he made a move to Bidvest Wits juniors. Gaborone United from Botswana is a top Premier League club in South Africa's neighbouring country and sits top of the Botswana Premier League table with 37 points after just 14 matches played.

Gaborone United are 7 points clear of their nearest competitor Township Rollers who sits on 30 points. With Gaborone United currently the best club in Botswana, a deal for Sizwe Twala who is still as young as, 24, would be a good deal for both player and the club as he's young with a lot to offer, and the club could be his next trophy lifting destination. There are no reports other than him being on the verge to sign in Botswana, but we'll wait and see if a deal will be confirmed soon.

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