Soccer Laduma originally revealed in October a year ago that mentor Gavin Hunt had recognized Brandon Petersen, his best option goalkeeper at the now outdated Bidvest Wits, as an expected replacement to Khune, whose vocation has been assaulted by wounds.
Resulting to that story, it was afterwards uncovered that Petersen was offered a work contract at Amakhosi, however the FIFA boycott implied he was unable to be enrolled for the 2020/21 season – except if the club can be permitted to add free specialists to their program.
On Wednesday, following another horrible showing from Khune after he was given an uncommon beginning against AmaZulu, Hunt affirmed to correspondents after the 2-1 DStv Premiership rout that, to the extent he comprehends, Chiefs can't enlist free specialists until July 1 in spite of serving the prohibition on two exchange windows.
The mentor additionally raised worries over the goalkeeping circumstance at Naturena given that Daniel Akpeyi has likewise been surrendering a ton recently.
Petersen seems the arrangement – yet just next season.
The Siya group has been educated that the 26-year-old has completely recuperated from a knee injury that held him back from joining an opponent Premier Soccer League group toward the beginning of the period, and it's perceived he is relied upon to keep preparing with the Glamor Boys.
With the season at the midway imprint, it seems the solitary way Petersen can be enrolled somewhere else is if there's a crisis goalkeeper circumstance since clubs have their settled No.1 and it's uncommon to acquire an objective minder this late in the mission.
Petersen's favorable position is the offices at Naturena, where he has had the option to finish his restoration program and adapt to the requests at Chiefs, however he is as yet not yet part of the primary group crew.
Amakhosi, who exited the Top 8 on Wednesday, have surrendered 19 objectives in 16 association coordinates so far this season.
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