After becoming free agents, Itumeleng Shopane and Sizwe Twala of the Kaizer Chiefs have signed with Pretoria Callies.
Both players were sent packing before the transfer deadline last month after new coach Stuart Baxter informed them that they were not in his plans.
Both Shopane and Twala were on loan last season before being recalled by the Chiefs.
Doctor Maphalle, a spokesperson for the Callies, verified the Romans' latest acquisitions.
Maphalle tells Kickoff.com, "Yes, both of them signed with the team this week."
"I'm not sure how long their contracts will last. However, I can confirm that both players are now members of the Pretoria Callies.
Pretoria Callies have yet to win a league match this season, having been defeated 2-1 by JDR Stars in Tshwane.
They've both gotten back on their feet, though, thanks to the news that they've been signed as free agents by Pretoria Callies.
The GladAfrica Championship side has had a difficult start to the season and will be hoping that the additions will help them turn things around.
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