Kaizer Chiefs is struggling this season and they are struggling to make it into top 8 position on the log. There are possibilities for Amakhosi not to play in MTN8 Competitions next season and this will be sad because Kaizer Chiefs is now in season number six without any silverware at Naturena. Kaizer Chiefs was doing well last season even though they failed to win the league in their last fixture against Baroka FC last season, but they at least finished second on the log.
Kaizer Chiefs management should teach these players a serious lesson by releasing few players who are not doing well at Naturena. The list of those players who should be released are:
And Williard Katsande, because most of these players are struggling for a game time while players like Khama Billiat, Bernard Parker and Lebogang Manyama are getting a game time at Naturena but they are not giving anything to the team while they get big salaries at Naturena.
Kaizer Chiefs management should release all these players and sign new quality players at Naturena. Kaizer Chiefs only won six matches in 26 games and that's a poor record for a big team like Kaizer Chiefs.
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