It's very dissapointing to see that Kaizer Chiefs hasn't changed the way they sign players compared to before.Looking at the players they have announced as new signings and compared to before it's clear there's no improvement.
Fifa ban was just an excuse to cover up the management past failures.The club doesn't want to spend money on buying players ,they still continue with cheap players and out of contracts players. The club announced some players as their new Signings ,the likes of Phathutshedzo Nange ,Sifiso Hlanti ,Brandon
Peterson and Kgaogelo Sekgota,Theybought Njabulo Ngcobo with an agreement to make a swipe deal with Swallows FC surely they didn't went out to spend money to get the player.They bought Austin Dube from Richards Bay and Sibusiso Mabiliso who didn't renew his contract with Usuthu and Given Thibedi.
Even thou the club hasn't confirm but it seems Cole Alexandra has signed by Chiefs ,as well he is a free agent.The arrival of Molefi Ntseki we thord the club will start to sign quality players but it's clear it's not going to happen.
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