With only a few hours left on the clock, the January transfer window is about to close. While players may be making last-minute transfers on transfer deadline day, there will be a select handful who will be released by their teams.
Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya, a Kaizer Chiefs youth, is said to be on the club's transfer window list, with the chance of leaving before the window closes. However, it appears that Ntiya-Ntiya will stay with Kaizer Chiefs, since his agent has stated that he would not be leaving.
After Gavin Hunt's departure, Stuart Baxter took over at Kaizer Chiefs, and certain regular players were not employed as much under Baxter's management because he had his own favorites at the club, as opposed to Hunt's perfect pick.
Stuart Baxter is all about the older, more experienced players, and the younger players suffered as a result of having to compete for playing time. Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya was one of the players who wasn't a Baxter favorite but has been making frequent appearances since November of last year.
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