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'I cannot keep on waiting for Chiefs forever, so I have to move on' - Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana

"I can't wait forever for Chiefs, so I have to go on,"

"When I play for my next team, it won't be from Africa. I thought everything went well while I was training with them, but I don't know what happened at the end because I was supposed to stay there for four weeks but they kept me for another."

Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana has kept talking about how unhappy he is with how things didn't go well while he was on trial with Kaizer Chiefs. He has also said that he can't wait any longer for the club to sign him.

Either Kaizer Chiefs and Arthur Zwane are raising the bar for any new players they might sign, or they are completely naive, which could cost them in the end.

When they let go of all three of their first-team strikers earlier in the transfer window, it was a big move that surprised most people who are in any way connected to the club.

And so far, Kaizer Chiefs have only brought in one first-team striker during this transfer window. They had about four strikers try out for them, but they didn't sign any of them, which is a brave choice.

Now that it's getting close to the end of the transfer window, Kaizer Chiefs still haven't made much progress on signing a new striker. Time is running out, and games in the DSTV Premiership are coming up quickly.

Kaizer Chiefs would be smart to do everything they can to sign one or more strikers to improve their chances of finishing at least in the top two of the league.

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