As the Soweto Giants try to make changes to their team for the upcoming Dstv Premiership season, they are still looking to add more players to the team. They want to be a challenging team next season, so they need to get top players who are still in good shape so they can compete with Mamelodi Sundowns, which is currently the best team in the Premier Soccer League (Dstv premiership).
Now, Kaizer Chiefs Football Club wants to add another dangerous striker, Pule Mmodi, who is still playing for Golden Arrows Football Club. Kaizer Chiefs Football Club has already signed Ashley Du Preez for the upcoming season, but it looks like they still need more players, so they are working on a good deal to get Pule Mmodi.
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