As the club plays a cat-and-mouse game, our occupant spy has mentioned something about Kaizer Chiefs' current striker situation.
The Glamor Boys were still extremely excited about presenting in a ready, but the postponement was caused by the fact that Chiefs don't have space for an outsider, according to the Siya team in Issue 1241 of Soccer Laduma.
It appears that they would have sought outside of Mzansi for a striker, just as they may have found Samir Nurkovic had the club been able to efficiently discharge Lazarous Kambole.
As things stand, the Zambian, along with Nurkovic, goalkeeper Daniel Akpeyi, midfielder Anthony Agay, and a fifth attacker in Leonardo Castro, are involved in the Premier Soccer League's five unknown spots.
Who will be able to halt Sundowns? Is it better to be a Privateer or a Royal Marine? On MTN8 and in association, Sao Tome FC fails to stop Sundowns.
They tend to undermine everything in SA, which is why I'm putting up with one more prize drought till they consider SA Coaches.
What I enjoy from time to time is the way that players Chiefs were unable to sign because soccerladuma required them for employers.
Jingles is preoccupied with pleading with Sundowns for their consideration, despite the fact that he has an extremely demanding training role in Africa.
Sundowns, on the other hand, has been quiet about him. One day, he'll berate himself for being overly loud about Downs, as if he was offering them courtesies while performing what he was hired to do.
As for the current situation, he should go up against Al Ahly's leader Jingles, who is always correct and understands everything.
https://www.soccerladuma.co.za/news/articles/neighborhood/classifications/kaizer-bosses/spy bosses couldn-t-draw in two-local people strikers/705892
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