Kaizer Chiefs is the team that is known for signing several players each and every season. It is their culture for Kaizer Chiefs to sign players from around Africa especially Zimbabwe. Kaizer Chiefs enjoy signing free agent players. While Kaizer Chiefs is signing many players there are players who did not make an appearance while others did not make an impact on the team.
Kaizer Chiefs fans in the past 3 years have questioned the role of Kaizer Chiefs in signing players as they are always behind Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns in terms of quality players. There are players like Innocent Mkhabela, James Kotei, and Abbas Amidu who did not make an appearance at all. Walusumbi, Booysen, Ndulula, Paez, Matovu, and Ivan Bukenya are also players who made only a few appearances and left the club.
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