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Kaizer Chiefs are set to continue their mass exodus with three more players leaving the club

The season has already started for Kaizer Chiefs and already the Glamour Boys have suffered two defeats from their three opening games of the season more especially a 4-0 thumping at the hands of Mamelodi Sundowns

Just before the season even started Kaizer Chiefs perhaps in the most ruthless of fashions released a total of over 13 first team players as it was about time that the club adopted such an approach as well

As a majority of the players that the club had released were playing a major role in the club's failure to deliver silverware and compete for the league title as well after many unsuccessful attempts

The same group of players who succumbed to one of the biggest shocks ever been seen in local football after Kaizer Chiefs lost the 2019/20 Nedbank Cup Final to TS Galaxy were pretty much the same ones who were released by Amakhosi in June

It was also about time as well that Kaizer Chiefs stopped paying players high wages who weren't really contributing to the first team in any way as well it would appear and it would seem as well

Just when it was also thought that Kaizer Chiefs were perhaps done trimming their squad and tailoring it to perfection the Glamour Boys would appear to be keen on releasing more first team players as well

The latest trio of players who have been linked with an exit from the club are none other than Eric Mathoho, Austin Dube, Happy Mashiane who Kaizer Chiefs are considering either selling or releasing

And the club are also faced with the issue of further strengthening their squad in the forward areas as they are still missing one or two new strikers as the first team is in need of more squad depth and quality

Source - https://www.thesouthafrican.com/sport/soccer/psl-south-africa/kaizer-chiefs-transfer-news-mass-exodus-far-from-over-three-stars-that-could-still-leave-who-are-they-erick-mathoho-austin-dube-happy-mashiane-wednesday-17-august-2022-breaking/

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