During the 2021/22 season, Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Lebogang Manyama has no goals or assists in 10 Dstv Premiership games. Isn't it terrible for a player who is supposedly among the most highly paid members of the Kansas City Chiefs team? '
By way of Twitter, here is a picture of the event.
Manyama's contract expires at the end of the season, and speculation has been rife that he could be allowed to depart on a free transfer after yet another disappointing season for him and the club.
Management from the top echelons of the Glamour Boys are anticipated to meet soon to discuss the team's prospects for the upcoming season.
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As for the other players who may be leaving the club, interim coach Arthur Zwane was quoted as saying that the club had been nursing feelings about a number of players for some time and that it was perhaps time to get rid of a few of them. Manyama fits this description perfectly, and many others are expected to follow suit.
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This afternoon, news surfaced suggesting that Stellenbosch and PSL heavyweights AmaZulu had joined a bidding battle for Baroka FC midfield maestro Nhlanhla Mgaga.
As a result of their long-awaited relegation to GladAfrica, the 26-year-old is slated to quit the team.
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According to an unnamed insider close to the club, Mgaga is planning to leave the club in favor of one that can provide her the biggest salary.
"Neither AmaZulu nor Stellenbosch are surprised by the interest. Also, the Kaizer Chiefs have indicated their interest. A handful of Baroka's first-team players are up for sale, and Mgaga is among them "said the anonymous insider.
While playing for Bakgaga, Mgaga made 17 appearances and tallied 3 assists.
It's easy to see he has an extra gear to participate in play, and at Chiefs, he might realize his potential and assist the team attain its goals next season, despite his lackluster stats.
And if he is Manyama's replacement, that makes perfect sense.
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