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After confirming that they have signed Serbian forward Samir Nurković on a three-year contract, Amakhosi announced that they have signed Kearyn Baccus from Australian club Melbourne City. Amakhosi are yet to announce the signing of a local player, as all their four signings have come from abroad.
"The question we should ask ourselves is, in the team they loaned Musona to, how many goals did he score, how many games did he play?" Mendu asks KickOff.com.
"There's a Musonda of Black Leopards, he is not happy there. They mustn't panic, they must just sit down, think with sober minds, make a good decision."
"Having gone through the same experience, I know it can easily destroy any player. Well, I have forgiven them. But in 1994 I experienced similar treatment from some of the players who were an alliance syndicate of skeem saam friends or from the same place.
Kaizer Chiefs’ new signings for the 2019/20 campaign have already been identified, according to assistant coach Shaun Bartlett. After assuring they have not been sacked, Bartlett revealed that plans were already afoot amongst the technical team in terms of where and how they will strengthen their team for the new season. READ: 'Chiefs a whirlwind of an experience' While many Chiefs fans have been in denial over the futures of coach Middendorp, the former Bafana Bafana striker has given an indication that they are currently in discussions with management over who to bring in during the upcoming transfer window. “We’re busy with that since the day after the cup final. We’ve looked at a few players and made sure that we identify them and given names to the management,” said Bartlett. “It’s now for us as a technical team to strategize and see how we can move forward." Meanwhile, Bartlett gave a frank assessment of Amakhosi's targets next season, ruling out expectations of winning the Absa Premiership as they look to rebuild. “Listen, we also can’t fool ourselves and think we can just go from ninth to winning the league – you’ve got to take baby steps," he added. “And if we’re going to keep introducing young players, how can we integrate them into a squad with experience and make it a balanced side that can, obviously, gradually start winning silverware and then getting yourself close to the first place .” Let the breaking news come to you! Sign up for KICK OFF SMS Share
"I've got friends in Soweto and Alex, not everyone was like them. Even in 2001, I confronted a player from Alexandra on the bench for rubbing muti on me. I called him out, and another teammate started asking what was going on during a live game at Johannesburg Stadium."
"That is unethical , but they can just say to the player, we will engage you and we want to sign you once we are done with our Fifa matter. That can work," he revealed.
"What was sad was that they would not do it to white players. They only focused on blacks, including coloureds and foreign players. In the meantime, Chiefs spent top money for players but they were being sabotaged.
"I'm not trying to bad-mouth people but these stories are true. Ya ne! Players like Tshepo Molatedi should man up and apologise on behalf of those who have also died, for their heartless, selfish behaviour or actions.
"You know there's a boy playing in their MDC, I forgot his name. There's a boy they loaned to Swallows, I forgot his name as well.
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