The new look Kaizer Chiefs has played three games so far , losing two and winning one . Although the team is playing good football , the coach Zwane has been quoted expressing the need for his squad to acquire a striker . An update that was issued claimed that Kaizer Chiefs had agreed terms with a foreign striker from Burundi .
In the report , it was mentioned by iDiski Times that Zwane wanted a skillful striker who had the ability to hold the ball and get the desired goals . It was claimed by iDiski Times that Bonfils Caleb Bimenyimana who is from Burundi had been good when he underwent trials with the club .It was also alleged that the striker had agreed to join Kaizer Chiefs .
Bonfils Caleb Bimenyimana
The 24 year old striker was reported to have managed to score three times before the season started for Kaizer Chiefs .The former Rayon Sport striker was alleged by iDiski Times as having agreed to a two year contract, with an option to extend it .Kaizer Chiefs was left with no strikers when it decided to release all of them . The team has been performing poorly in the previous seasons , and has not managed to win any silverware for years .
Bonfils Caleb Bimenyimana
Kaizer Chiefs hopes to turn around the fortunes of the club this season . Having released more than ten players , the club signed a lot of new players who have the potential to deliver the results .
One area that has been lacking for Kaizer Chiefs is upfront. The defence and midfield department of Kaizer Chiefs is made up of talented individuals. Since Bonfils managed to get the goals for Kaizer Chiefs in the preseason matches , can he be termed the deadly striker Chiefs have been waiting for?
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