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Chiefs won their second game of the 2021/22 season, scoring four goals against a Chippa team coached by Gavin Hunt, their previous mentor. Keegan Dolly (brace), Khama Billiat, and forgotten forward Lazarous Kambole scored the goals.
Despite the fact that the Amakhosi's performance was one of their greatest in a long time, head coach Stuart Baxter's choice to give Kambole some much-needed playing time thrilled the Amakhosi faithful.
After failing to secure a move away from the club following their decision to transfer-list, the Zambian marksman was relegated to becoming a mere benchwarmer.
Kambole would have likely departed Chiefs during the close season if he was sought elsewhere.
But credit to him for remaining calm in the face of the club's mistreatment of him and doing well in training to reclaim his place in the team.
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