Huge clubs want to maintain a consistent image throughout the off-season by signing excellent players who can improve the team, and the Soweto Giants are no exception. The Kaizer Chiefs have completely dominated the current season's transfer window.
The Glamor young men finished seventh in the Dstv Premiership League log standings after a shaky season. They were already prepared to defy the odds by reaching the last of the CAF Champions League Final without precedent for the club's collection of experiences yet wrapped as competition sprinters.
It is widely acknowledged that the FIFA transfer boycott had a crucial role in the club's dismal run of form last season, as they were denied the opportunity to make any new additions to strengthen their squad in order to compete for silverware.
In any case, the Glamor young men had the opportunity to pique the interest of their fans by announcing six new additions in a single day. The new additions are expected to have an immediate impact on the team, as the club looks to end a six-year prize drought.
Source: https://www.kickoff.com/news/articles/south-africa-news/classes/news/prevalence/keagan-cart hoping to-imitate youth saints in the wake of joining-kaizer-bosses/702922
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