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HOT || Farewell To DEADLY Kaizer Chiefs Striker As He Leaves Amakhosi To Find Greener Pastures

The midfielder's agent Kaizer Chiefs has confirmed that the player will not be staying at Naturena beyond June. Agent Mike McAab insists they will be looking for a new club for Kearyn Baccus going forward with local interest.The midfielder's contract with Grand Soweto will expire at the end of June.

Baccus joined Amahosi in 2019 while Germany coach Ernst Midendorp was in the spotlight but was unable to maintain a regular place in the team. Now that Amakhosi is starting to plan for next season, he is not part of the team they want to build.

"Baccus is clearly not going to stick with the Chiefs. They haven't made an offer and don't see it as part of their future plans. We have to accept it," Makaab told Siya's team.

The 30-year-old has made 12 appearances for the Soweto giants and has struggled to join Phathutshedzo Nange and Cole Alexander, who usually plays when he is fit. Baccus, who is yet to win a silver medal in the Chiefs colours, will evaluate his options now that the season is over.

Here are comments from die hard Kaizer Chiefs fans as they wish the player farewell;

Kaizer Chiefs 1

I liked him even though sometimes he is too slow for attacking football or counter attack. They should have let Cole go than Baccus,the boy is attack minded than Cole,use him with Blom then u will see,anyway management knows better.

Kaizer Chiefs 2

We are losing a capable midfielder. He never looked the same after Maluleka's depature. He actually played with cows. I liked him, but the technical team knows him better. Why is Cole Alexander remaining behind.

Kaizer Chiefs 3

Editor , did you know downs are champions or you are jealous , What is the use of entertaining a useless team everyday we are now tired change your attitude , rather talk about the upcoming finals , Caf , nedbank etc.

What are your thoughts concerning the exit of this deadly player? Do you think it's a good move or should Kaizer Chiefs have held on to him. Don't forget to like and share this article let's get more comments.

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