3 Kaizer Chiefs KEY players missing on the Line Up against TS Galaxy, check below WHY
Kaizer Chiefs football club have just announced their starting line up against TS Galaxy football club and it has just came as a surprise to Kaizer Chiefs football club fans that their 2 key players are not included on their squad that will start against TS Galaxy football club, Kaizer Chiefs football club will be doing everything they can to secure 3 points against TS Galaxy football club in order to reduce the gap between them and Mamelodi Sundowns football club, and also to claim position number 2 on the Dstv premiership season log table.
After Kaizer Chiefs football club announced their starting line up against TS Galaxy football club their fans were surprised not to see the former Mamelodi Sundowns football club player, Khama Billiat on the starting line up against TS Galaxy football club after he had a good game against Chippa United football club as he even laid an assist. Unfortunately Khama Billiat is serving a suspension of one match ban that means he will be available in their next match.
Also Daniel Akpeyi absence has made Kaizer Chiefs football club fans to become worried as they are wondering on what happened to Daniel Akpeyi unfortunately Kaizer Chiefs football club have not released the statement about him as well as Itumeleng Khune. What do you think about this matter? Share your comments and thoughts with us in order to get more articles from me. Follow me for more insightful news
Source : https://www.thesouthafrican.com/sport/soccer/psl-south-africa/kaizer-chiefs-starting-lineup-for-ts-galaxy-clash-revealed-05-april-2022-breaking/amp?utm_source=soccerzela&utm_medium=soccerzela&utm_campaign=soccerzela
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