Kaizer Chiefs transfer news: THREE axed stars find new clubs!

Kaizer Chiefs sent shockwaves through the local soccer fraternity after sacking 12 high-profile first team players!

The Glamour Boys said their goodbyes to Daniel Cardoso, Daniel Akpeyi, Lazarous Kambole, Dumisani Zuma, Kearyn Baccus, Anthony Akumu and Lebogang Manyama.

Furthermore Samir Nurkovic, Leonardo Castro, Bernard Parker, Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya and Ramahlwe Mphahlele were also sacked!

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In the latest transfer news, THREE former Glamour Boys are being given a chance at these PSL clubs!

Kaizer Chiefs former trio find new clubs?

As reported by The South African, Bernard Parker is currently on trial at SuperSport United under former coach Gavin Hunt.

Furthermore, Lebogang Manyama looks set to return to Cape Town City ahead of their busy 2022/23 campaign which will include continental football.

Former Kaizer Chiefs defender Ramahlwe Mphahlele featured for AmaZulu FC at the ongoing KwaZulu-Natal Premier’s Cup.

Parker (36), Mphahlele (32) and Manyama (31) are all reaching the latter part of their careers.

Bernard Parker will likely be securing his final professional contract should he pass SuperSport United’s assessment.

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In other news, Kaizer Chiefs head coach Arthur Zwane has commented on his side’s failure to sign Kobamelo Kodisang.

The Glamour Boys were confirmed to be in negotiations with Portuguese side SC Braga by the player’s agent.

A deal however could not be reached by the two clubs for the exciting winger and Arthur Zwane has since opened up on the matter.

We don’t need Kodisang – Arthur Zwane

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“No, we are not disappointed (about not signing Kodisang).” Kaizer Chiefs head coach Arthur Zwane told members of the media.

“I think we have assembled a very good squad. “We’ve got balance. We’ve still got Mahlatsi, we still have Sekgota.

“We have many players if we want to change the formation, to play with wingers.

“If we want to play with wing-backs, we still have players who can give us that power on the right and left flanks. I think we have balance.”


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Kaizer Chiefs fans in full voice. Photo: Gallo Images

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