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Confirmed: AmaZulu FC Sign Ex-Chiefs Star On A Two-Year Deal

Confirmed: AmaZulu FC Sign Ex-Chiefs Star On A Two-Year Deal.

A former Kaizer Chiefs player signed a two-year deal with AmaZulu FC with a option to extend for a further year.

Kaizer Chiefs football club has produced some very talented players in the last decade, and even though some of them joined the club with loads of experience and talent, the players further grew with the Soweto-based club.

Former Kaizer Chiefs attacking midfielder George Maluleka was one of the players that had a successful stint with Kaizer Chiefs and grew with them over the course of six seasons, but parted ways with the club when Mamelodi Sundowns spotted his talent two years ago.

The 33-year-old midfielder played for the domestic treble champions Mamelodi Sundowns for the last two seasons, but his second season with the club was not as successful as the first. In his first season he featured for Sundowns in 11 league matches, and that number declined to 4 league matches in his second season.

However, despite featuring in just 4 league matches last season, Maluleka was outstanding in the CAF Champions League as he scored his first goal for the club.

At the conclusion of the 2021/22 season Sundowns opted against keeping George Maluleka on for longer as he was one of the players released by the club.

Only a month after Maluleka's release from Mamelodi Sundowns, the talented attacking midfielder found a new home in the Premier Soccer League [PSL].

Durban-based side AmaZulu FC have confirmed the signing of Maluleka on a two-year deal, with a option to extend for a further year. The new contract will see Mido with Usuthu until 2024 and the option should keep him there till 2025.

The former Kaizer Chiefs player now linked up with his former teammate Dumisani Zuma who signed for AmaZulu FC in the off-season after his release from Chiefs.


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