The Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed that they have released this star player from their club.
AGAY HAVE BEEN RELEASED BY KAIZER CHIEFS, OFFICIAL STATEMENT...
Agay played for Chiefs in 47 games across all competitions throughout his two and a half seasons with the club, including nine appearances in the league. This past season, Agay played in nine games for the Chiefs.
A release announcement was made by the club early on Saturday.
"After initially placing him on the transfer list, Kaizer Chiefs and Anthony Akumu Agay have mutually agreed to an early termination of his contract. Anthony Akumu Agay will no longer be playing for Kaizer Chiefs. According to what was written on the club's website, the agreement was supposed to run out in June of 2023.
"The midfielder, who was born in Kenya, signed with Chiefs in January 2020 after playing for Zesco United in Zambia. He scored twice for Amakhosi in his 47 total appearances across all competitions." We hope that "Teddy" has a bright and successful future.
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