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Kaizer Chiefs Running after Another Mamelodi Sundowns Star

Kaizer Chiefs Running after Another Mamelodi Sundowns Star

Date: 2021/12/01

Kaizer Chiefs has been reported to be running after another Mamelodi Sundowns player Sibusiso Vilakazi, who has been on the sidelines for a long time now and his contract with the current club runs till the end of 2024 which is 2 years remaining, if he stays he might bench till his contract comes to an end.

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It would be best for him to leave and go to Naturena where he will get game time and fame that he will not understand and it might also work in the future when he retires as it will help him on being one of the broadcasters like Teko Modise.

Kaizer Chiefs is slowly becoming the B team of Sundowns, all the players that are unhappy over there keep on moving to Soweto and they get their two or one year of shine then they go get another one as they do not like to make players bigger than the team as Messi did.

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane backs Sibusiso Vilakazi and

Vilakazi is a great fit for Amakhosi, but the worst part is that he is not a match fit because of injuries and Themba Zwane is just too good and he does not make the cut. Rama Mphahlele played for Sundowns and left them for Chiefs now he is getting enough game time, also Sundowns wanted to offload some players for more hungry ones.

Bobby should rather sign the entire Pretoria team as they have a lot of players that want to start but they cannot as the club has too many high-quality players and others just want to leave because they will not get the exposure they want, which is dangerous for soccer players because they are taught to have ego and hunger, so if they leave the league without having ever played a single game, and no one ever tells the story of players not playing a single game in the PSL even after they got signed.

Source: https://twitter.com/SLLocal/status/1465980237297111041

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