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Chiefs Release Mphahlele & Ntiya-Ntiya

Kaizer Chiefs have affirmed that the club have headed out in different directions from veteran protector Ramahlwe Mphahlele and left back Siphosakhe Ntiya.

Mphahlele and Ntiya have turned into the furthest down the line players to be shown the leave exit doors at Naturena behind Dumisani Zuma, Daniel Akpeyi, Lebogang Manyama, Kearyn Baccus, Samir Nurković, Leonardo Castro, Lazalous Kambole, Daniel Cardoso, Anthony Akumu Agay and Bernard Parker.

Be that as it may, Amakhosi burned through no time in tracking down substitutions and gained the services of Dillan Solomons, Kamohelo Mahlatsi, Lehlogonolo George Matlou, Ashley Du Preez, Zitha Kwinika, Siyethemba Sithebe and, most as of late, Yusuf Maart.

Chiefs put out the following statement on Mphahlele's departure:

"Kaizer Chiefs have picked to not extend Ramahlwe Mphahlele's contract when it lapses toward the month's end.

"The skilled protector showed up at Chiefs in front of the 2016-17 season from Mamelodi Sundowns. His Amakhosi debut came on the first day of the season of the DStv Premiership season on 23 August 2016 against Wits. He played a sum of 127 official matches in his six seasons with the Glamor Boys, working with various mentors.

"His leadership on and off the pitch saw him wear the skipper's armband various times for Amakhosi.

"We say thanks to 'Rama' for his persistent effort and want him to enjoy all that life has to offer from now on."

In the mean time, Amakhosi likewise affirmed the arrival of Ntiya in another statement:

"Kaizer Chiefs and Siphosakhe Ntiya have come to a choice to head out in different directions.

"The protector joined Chiefs' improvement positions prior to being promoted to the senior group in January 2018. He made his DStv Premiership debut on 6 January 2018 against SuperSport United in Mbombela.

"He played a sum of 54 matches for the senior group in Gold and Black tones.

"He was important for the Chiefs group that went to two finals, the Nedbank Cup in 2019 and the CAF Champions League the year before.

"The 25-year-old Ntiya has been given his clearance and will actually want to join a group of his decision.

"Our kind words to Siphosakhe for what's to come."

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