(Source: Twitter.com - @superjourno)
Kaizer Chiefs are currently busy with certain players contracts to see if they can retain or release them. Meanwhile, other players might be put on a transfer list. What the Chiefs fans are looking for is a squad overhaul without any fear or favour. All that's needed is for Chiefs to keep key players that they can be able to build the team around. One of the fan favourite midfielders at Naturena will not be part of the club anymore. This comes after reports linking him away from the Soweto giants as he was regarded as a fringe player. "Kearyn Baccus is definitely not staying at Chiefs - I am just disappointed that it hasn’t worked," wrote @superjourno on Twitter.
Even though the Amakhosi fans did value his talents at Naturena, it seems like the club management had other plans. The whole departure of Kearyn Baccus has been a topic within the Chiefs fans as they felt that he's a baller that has adjusted pretty good under the leadership of Arthur Zwane and Dillon Sheppard. According to his agent Mike Makaab who has been involved in back-to-back conversations with Chiefs about his extended stay at Naturena, it seems like nothing was successful.
According to Makaab, there's a higher possibility that he might return to Australia and revive his football career. As he was barely used by Amakhosi in the current campaign and even though he spent three years within the club, he still failed to become a regular player. “It could be that he goes back to Australia, we only work with Kearyn in South Africa – he has an agent outside of the country. But we have a good relationship and we’ve always been honest and transparent with each other and I am just disappointed that it hasn’t worked out at Chiefs to be honest,” said Makaab speaking to SABC Sport.
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