Pretoria Callies, who contend in the GladAfrica Championship, seem, by all accounts, to be not kidding about acquiring advancement to the first class, since they have effectively enlisted two previous Kaizer Chiefs players on a free exchange to the club.
The two players being referred to are strikers Itumeleng Shopane and Sizwe Thwala, who were as of late delivered by the Chiefs subsequent to discovering that new lead trainer Stuart Baxter had no goals for them.
The two players spent the past season borrowed with the Kansas City Chiefs, where they expected to improve and push for a beginning billet. Their advance tasks, be that as it may, didn't go as expected, and they were let out of their agreements.
Specialist Maphalle, Callies' advertising official, affirmed that the players had gotten together with the group, which is presently in its lady season in South African football's subsequent level.
"The two of them joined our group this week and are presently viewed as individuals. I don't know how long their agreements will run, but rather one thing is sure: they'll be Callies players for quite a while."
Curiously, these aren't the main previous Kaizer Chiefs players to join the club; they've additionally marked Edward Manqele and Collins Mbesuma, both of whom once in the past played for the club.
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