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SAD NEWS| Kaizer Chiefs Pushes Ahead To Offload Young Midfielder From Naturena

Kaizer Chiefs push ahead with plans to offload midfielder.


Kaizer Chiefs are accepted to push ahead with plans to offload Kenyan midfielder Anthony "Teddy" Akumu.


Following a disappointing 2021/22 season in which he made only two association begins, Akuma isn't accepted to be in break Amakhosi mentors Arthur Zwane and Dillon Sheppard's arrangements for next season.


Granted, whether Zwane and Sheppard themselves are in Kaizer Chiefs' arrangements for next season is not yet clear!


Akumu endorsed from Zambian side ZESCO United during Ernst Middendorp's spell in control at Naturena in January 2020 and highlighted routinely under the German mentor.


This season Akumu has begun only two of nine absolute DStv Premiership appearances with his latest beginning coming on 28 November 2021 against Swallows FC when Stuart Baxter was still in control.


Akumu partook in all of his game time this season under Baxter and was likewise utilized habitually by Gavin Hunt last season.


At the point when Zwane and Sheppard took over from Hunt last season, Akumu didn't highlight and was possibly utilized when Baxter showed up at the club.


As per Kickoff, the main expected staying point in offloading Akumu is that he actually has a year staying on his ongoing arrangement.


The 29-year-old will be put on the exchange list on the off chance that no understanding can be reached in ending his current agreement.


In absolute he has addressed Kaizer Chiefs on 47 events and scored two objectives since marking 28 months prior.


Akumu has likewise shown up for his local Kenya in all rivalries.

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