Kaizer Chiefs Football Club management are doing everything possible to change the club's downward fortunes around.
Having already signed and unveiled 6 new players and one namely Brandon Peterson,Sfiso Hlanti,Sbusiso Mabiliso,Njabulo Ngcobo,Phathutshedzo Nange and Kgaogelo Sekgota are the new signings while Given Thibedi returned from two year loan spell at Swallows Fc where he won promotion to the PSL top tier with them.
With the club promising more signings it rumoured and believed that the duo of Thabo Mnyamane and Cole Alexander are close to joining their former coach Stuart Baxter at Kaizer Chiefs Fc,both players have worked worked with Chiefs coach before Mnyamane at Supersport United while Alexander in India.
They will add quality and depth the Chiefs squad lacked for seasons now.
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