Kaizer Chiefs went back to the transfer market after their FIFA transfer ban that was imposed on them by FIFA was lifted. The Phefeni Glamour Boys brought in nine players during the current transfer window, with most of those players departing Swallows F.C. Let's take a look at the players that Kaizer Chiefs brought into the team this current season.
1 - Keagan Dolly
Leading the way is Keagan Dolly. Dolly who has had a very good start to life at Kaizer Chiefs failed to impress at Montpelier with the French outfit opting against extending Dolly's contract. Dolly came on as a free agent and is regarded as one of the best players that Kaizer Chiefs have signed this season and to show that he is one of the best signings for Kaizer Chiefs, he has already managed to assist on more than occasions at Kaizer Chiefs this season.
2 - Kgaogelo Sekgota
Kgaogelo Sekgota joined Kaizer Chiefs from Swallows F.C. after signing a one year contract with the Soweto giants back in 2020. Sekgota has already shown a glimpse of what he brings to the team and that is why he is at second place.
Phatutshedzo Nange joined Kaizer Chiefs from the now defunct Bidvest Wits at the beginning of last season but could not play for Kaizer Chiefs due to the transfer ban that was handed down to them by CAF. Chiefs loaned Nange to Stellenbosch where he played last season.
4 - Sifiso Hlanti
Like Kgaogelo Sekgota, Hlanti joined Swallows F.C for one year so that he can be able to sign for Kaizer Chiefs.
5 - Njabulo Ngcobo
Another player who was crucial at the back for Swallows F.C. was Njabulo Ngcobo who joined Kaizer Chiefs from Swallows F.C. Njabulo Ngcobo would feel that he should be getting on the teamsheet before Daniel Cardoso and Eric Mathoho but that is not case for Ngcobo and he will have to wait for his chance to come.
6 - Austin Dube
Austin Dube came to Kaizer Chiefs from GladAfrica Championship side Richards Bay. Dube was impressive during the COSAFA tournament which Bafana Bafana won. Since Dube was impressive partnering Rushine De Reuck at the back Kaizer Chiefs decided to sign him from Richards Bay.
7 - Cole Alexander
Cole Alexander is a type of midfield player that Kaizer Chiefs have been lacking over the past few years. Alexander is a ball player and a good box-to-box midfielder, Alexander joined Kaizer Chiefs from Odisha F.C which play in the Indian Premier Soccer League.
8 - Sibusiso Mabiliso
Sibusiso Mabiliso joined Kaizer Chiefs from Amazulu after an impressive display last season for the KZN-based side. Mabiliso was also part of the squad that went to the Olympic games in Tokyo.
9 - Brandon Petersen
Brandon Petersen should be on top of the list, because he signed for Kaizer Chiefs last season and chose not to go out on a loan. Petersen finished the entire season training with Kaizer Chiefs. After saving penalties on his debut against Orlando Pirates in the Carling Black Label Cup, many Kaizer Chiefs supporters will be looking forward to seeing him in action for their side in the near future.
After all the signings that Kaizer Chiefs have made, do you think that they have done the business in the transfer market and they will be able to compete for the DSTV Premier Soccer League title?
Drop your comments below and let us know what you think.
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