Brandon Petersen had his psyche made up – he planned to sign for and join Pirates.
Be that as it may, previous Amakhosi mentor Hunt persuaded him to finish paperwork for Chiefs all things considered. Petersen arose as a star in the PSL playing for the now outdated Bidvest Wits. He chose to turn into a free specialist as opposed to joining Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM).
This started huge interest from any semblance of Pirates, Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns. Petersen settled on joining the Bucs BUT altered his perspective without a second to spare in light of Gavin Hunt… .
"I was determined to go to Orlando Pirates, I had a person come to my home and we talked and contracts and everything then-mentor Gavin called me and clearly he needed me at Kaizer Chiefs yet they had the [transfer] boycott", expressed Petersen on iDiskiTimes.
"We were sitting tight for the decision, they got it and Chiefs couldn't sign any players, the season went past, mentor Gavin left and mentor Stuart came in,"
"What's more in that couple of weeks, I worked with mentor Lee Baxter and he was intrigued and enthused about keeping me there. So when mentor Stuart came in, he was intrigued, that was it, they chose to keep me," clarified Petersen.
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