Kaizer Chiefs supporters have their own star-studded wish list of players they believe should be a part of Amakhosi in the upcoming season. It's no secret that the Chiefs will be busy in the transfer market, looking for players that can work well with the present technical team and cause no problems. The Phefeni Glamour Boys have a difficult challenge ahead of them in trying to overcome their seven-year trophy drought, so every move they make will be planned. After that, the Chiefs learned the hard way that hasty fixes don't work in their organization. That means they'll have to look for players who won't buckle under the burden of wearing the Chiefs' uniform.
Fans of Amakhosi have been overjoyed by recent rumours that Ashley du Preez will be joining Naturena. They believe the Chiefs have found their ideal striker, one who possesses speed, skill, and football knowledge. Du Preez was a frequent attacker for Stellenbosch FC, where he was given the responsibility of guiding the club up front. He executed some incredible break assaults that astounded the defenders, who couldn't keep up with his energy, let alone his speed and antics on the field.
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