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Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielders have found new homes

According to KickOff.com, Previous Kaizer Chiefs midfielders James Kotei and Arohasina 'Dax' Andrianarimanana have gotten new moves as they hope to reignite their professions. 

'Dax' will most scandalously be associated with his disputable exchange to Chiefs from Fosa Juniors which brought about their two window FIFA move boycott - while he never completely laid down a good foundation for himself at the club. 

According to KickOff.com, the Madagascar worldwide proceeded to address Black Leopards and JS Saint-Pierroise in France yet has now selected to get back to his childhood club that took Amakhosi to FIFA over the legitimacy of his then, at that point, free exchange in 2018. 

According to KickOff.com, Ghanaian midfielder Kotei was endorsed as a drawn out trade for Willard Katsande in the protective midfield job in the wake of becoming one of the most pursued abilities in Africa during his experience with Simba SC. 

Nonetheless, as 'Dax', he couldn't measure up at the Soweto goliaths and withdrew prior to making his authority debut for the club. 

According to KickOff.com, a stretch in Belarus followed at Slavia Mozyr, where he experienced a comparative destiny yet Omani side Sohar FC have offered the 28-year-old a profession help as he marked an agreement for their impending 2021/22 mission.

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