Kaizer Chiefs have been accused of treating their institute graduates unfairly in recent seasons, and one can see how this is a direct effect of the club's current predicament.
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There is no other club in the world with such huge stature as the Chiefs that goes six seasons without winning any significant silverware and still employs institute players.
Despite the fact that allies were concerned about the massive mass migration of youthful ability during the recently closed exchange window, during which about five highly regarded youngstars were shown the exit door, the allies will undoubtedly take solace in the fact that two of their items have found a new home, albeit in the PSL's GladAfrica Championship.
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In the meantime, rumors have been circulating that Shopane and Twala's situation was investigated by Pretoria Callies, and the club's official, Doctor Maphalle, has subsequently confirmed that the two teenagers have joined the club.
"This week, the two of them endorsed with the club. I'm not sure how long their contracts will last. However, I can confirm that both players are currently with Pretoria Callies "Maphalle nodded.
When the Chiefs' young and talented striker Itumeleng Shopane scored a few goals in the 2018 Multichoice Diski Shield rivalry, he stunned South African football by winning player of the competition for his incredible efforts.
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