Kaizer Chiefs have been going through a rough patch since they were facing teams which have signed new players to bloster their squads and they did not sign any player because of the FIFA ban impose on them, and the aftermath was seen, we can say that the same team finished 2nd last season, but the same team that finished 2nd is competing with teams that have signed new players.
Amakhosi have now been given a lifeline and according to a Tweet by soccer pundit Christopher Bongo, the SOWETO giants can now sign any player they wish to sign, as long as the player is a free agent.
Bongo says Chiefs were literally in the ring fighting with their hands behind their back, and there is no way they could compete in the situation they were in.
"You don't have to support a club but you want to see a fair fight.Right? @KaizerChiefsl, were in the boxing ring with their hands lock behinds their back. Now it is over. As of yesterday @gavinhunt12 & KC can buy any free-agent out there to boost their squad, if needed, the Tweet reads.
If you are to look on the market, who is a quality player at this point of the season who is a free agent?
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