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Chiefs’ ‘Monster’ Finally Arrives At Naturena

Kaizer Chiefs' best marking in the slow time of year could well be one made off the field of play after their most recent enlargement to the club's specialist squad arrived up at the club's Naturena headquarters.

Chiefs brought in seven new players in addition to the expansion of Mduduzi Shabalala who has been elevated to the club's most memorable group, making it eight new players overall.


Nonetheless, it isn't merely on the field where Amakhosi are ringing the changes.


The club as of late provided their private cabin personnel a purging with the growth of Muzi Maluleke, a games researcher who is likewise an IFBB PRO.


Maluleke, compassionately known as 'Muz Monster' turned up at Naturena on Monday morning in the wake of putting second spot in his Pro Debut at the Expo Supershow sponsored in Brazil, to take up his new job at Chiefs, having lately worked for the University of Pretoria where his work garnered wide approval.


A significant concern for Chiefs in seasons gone by has been the niggling wounds that have been troubling their top players. Any semblance of Itumeleng Khune, Keagan Dolly, Khama Billiat have all got their appropriate amount of injury troubles; nonetheless, Maluleke is believed to be the answer for this.


As to his own site, Maluleke is a strength and molding subject matter expert, who owns a master degree in Sports Science.


Source: https://www.soccerladuma.co.za/news/articles/local/categories/kaizer-chiefs/kaizer-chiefs-make-technical-team-changes/719645

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