Kaizer Chiefs haven't been performing well when it comes to their attack, hence there has been a major concern from the football fraternity. As they want Chiefs to start scoring goals and maintain their winning consistency in the DStv Premiership campaign. Unfortunately, Amakhosi struggled on different departments, especially their attack as it seems like they're finding it harder to score more than two goals per game. This has called for the Soweto giants to star searching for strikers which will allow them to start winning games. Which will ultimately lead to clinching trophies which has been missing at Naturena for the past seven years.
This has forced the hands of Amakhosi to work around releasing their three attackers namely Samir Nurkovic, Lazarous Kambole and Leonardo Castro. This will allow the Soweto giants to start seeking for their replacements during the upcoming transfer window. Chiefs would want to put an end in the current dry season, as they managed to score 32 goals in just 29 matches. That's almost a single goal per game, which isn't what the technical team is looking for upfront. Even worse Castro, Nurkovic and Kambole have score two goals in 30 matches as a trio.
This means that they've been regarded as a deadweight in the squad and they're not sharing the workload with other strikers. Hence, there's reports that Amakhosi will look release the trio as they feel that they've failed under the leadership of Gavin Hunt, Stuart Baxter, and now Arthur Zwane and Dillon Sheppard. It's clear that Chiefs needs to look for a deadly striker that will help the club defeat their opponents.
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