January's transfer window was the club's driest ever, as fans had anticipated for a few fresh players to join the first-team squad.
The final five players to join the first team during a transfer window were Keagan Dolly, Cole Alexander, Njabulo Ngcobo, Austin Thabane Dube, and Kgaogelo Sekgota. There's little doubt that this team's current lineup isn't capable of producing great match outcomes after losing three straight games without making any fresh signings in January.
In the club's DStv Diski Challenge team, Mfundo Vilakazi, a youthful playmaker from the Philly Games, had an immediate impact in the reserves from his first appearance.
Despite the fact that the July transfer window will start soon, this team already has a deal in place for the first team to begin bringing in new players. Lwandle Ngobese, the 14-year-old son of Emmanuel 'Scara' Ngobese, has joined the club, significantly enhancing the club's youth program.
Even though he was barely 14 years old, the club decided to put him in the under 17s. Dribbling master and deadly talent, he's become the talk of the town in recent weeks.
Kaizer Chiefs put him through his paces before making the decision to sign him. The Gauteng Development League [GDL] and we may see him play for the main team in the future.
It's been said that Mamelodi Sundowns were also interested in recruiting the youngster, but he ultimately chose to join Kaizer Chiefs, the club where his father plays for the national team.
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