Two Kaizer Chiefs players are confronting dubious future with the club.
With the exchange window shut on Tuesday 12 PM there are as yet two players at Chiefs who are left in obscurity in regards to their future.
The pair of Lazarous Kambole and Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya were put on move list by Chiefs with the club expecting to get intrigued clubs to sign the players.
Anyway no group has approached for their administrations.
The players anyway still have contacts with the club.
With the exchange window previously shut, the main way the players would get an exchange from Amakhosi would be from an association whose move window is as yet opened.
Kambole had a choice to leave the club two months prior however he chose to remain and battle for his place.
Ntiya-ntiya's circumstance is bit troublesome as he has a great deal of contest for his situation, with any semblance of Sifiso Hlanti, Happy Mashiane and Sibusiso Mabilso battling for a similar spot.
The 24-year old showed up last season and none of them kept going the entire an hour and a half.
Source: Kickoff magazine
https://www.kickoff.com/news/articles/south-africa-news/classes/news/prevalence/move recorded kaizer-bosses team confronting dubious future/704807
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