By the end of the season, the Kaizer Chiefs will release more than eight players.
Kaizer Junior Motaung reacts to Sibusiso Vilakazi rumors. Kaizer Chiefs Sports Director Kaizer Jr Motang replied to reports that first surfaced on Twitter, claiming that Sibusiso Vilakazi will be joining the Amakhosi camp.
Mike Makaab, Sibusiso Vilakazi's agent, soon responded that the rumors were incorrect, but that the Kaizer Chiefs' goal was being aided by some sunset overtones due to the developing trend of nature and Sibusiso Vilakazi's deterioration in service.
Kaizer Junior Motaung then took to Twitter to reassure Amakhosi fans that Mamelodi Sundowns striker Sibusiso Vilakazi would not be signed.
Most Kaizer Chiefs supporters who opposed the signing of Sibusiso Vilakazi, who increased his injury and age, were relieved by this news.
Because of his injuries, fans do not want the player's services.They feel he will bring the team down rather than contributing fully to the squad's success on the field.
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