Kaizer Chiefs followers wil be happy to know that Mduduzi Shabalala has came back from Europe and joined the club. The player had successful trials in Euprope where started in Belgium before making his way to La Liga club, Villarreal.
According to reports, Mduduzi Shabalala had a spell in Belgium and Spain as he impressed before making his way back to South Africa. While only 17 years of age, he linked up with the reserves of Villarreal.
He also accumulated vast experience in Europe, back in South Africa now and seeking chances in the senior side of Amakhosi. The player just got back in Europe and is definitely in superb, I think chiefs should given valuable minutes in the remaining matches.
I know Kaizer Chiefs is fighting for the second spot and some might argue with experimenting a teenager during that time. It might be cosyjlt but also might be beneficial because the player has gained good experience in Europe.
The future of Kaizer Chiefs is arguably in good hands. The likes of Sabelo Radebe, Nkosingiphile Ngcobo and Njabulo Blom are all showing huge potential. Mduduzi Shabalala could be set to join that magnificent group of young players taking the DSTV Premiership by storm.
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