AmaZulu FC president Sandile Zungu has uncovered the specific date when wantaway midfielder Siyethemba Sithebe will be permitted to join Kaizer Chiefs. The popular going after midfielder got the titles in the January move window when he wrote a pre-contract concurrence with the Soweto giants. AmaZulu were left infuriated by the player's activities and at first suspended the 29-year-old who has since neglected to be named in the club's match-day crew since.
Usuthu are additionally left with two matches staying to finish their 2021/22 DStv Prevalence crusade with Sithebe liable to be permitted to leave on July 1, 2022. "Nothing has changed with Sithebe," Zungu tells The opening shot. "Recall his agreement will just end toward the finish of June, so we won't move toward it in an unexpected way." In the mean time, Chiefs are accepted to have additionally grabbed up Stellenbosch FC focus back Zitha Kwinika as they keep on reinforcing for next season.
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