Last month it was reported that the attacker Darren Smithwho spent time at the likes of SuperSport United, HIK Honka and Ekenas IF headed to Chiefs for an assessment period.
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Smith – who is a free agent after recently parting ways with Moroccan side AS FAR – could look to make a fresh start at Chiefs and perhaps rediscover the form that saw him in former Finland player of the season Ikanen and the Owner of the Golden Boot.
He is believed to have held his first session at Naturena last Thursday, but now according to KickOff.combosses decided not to offer him a contract and he can now return to Europe.
When it comes to news of another tryout, the Chiefs are still hoping to settle on a quarterback who has joined them at practice.
At the beginning of this year, Mozambique International Edmilson Dov parted company with Cape Town City, expressing interest in a move to a club where he would play regularly. Interestingly, he was spotted by the Chiefs a few months later.
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The 27-year-old left-back didn’t feature much last season but ended up making more than 100 appearances for Cape Town City after joining the club in 2017.
Golub was previously linked with AmaZulu but is now being assessed at Naturena.
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Coach Arthur Zwane didn’t say much about the former Cape Town City defender when asked if Dove would be their latest addition to the squad.
“We are looking to strengthen the team in certain positions, Dove’s invitation was just a look at him and we will take it as a matter of course,” he told reporters.
After the end of last season, most of the transfer talk revolved around the Chiefs looking for another offensive player.
Chiefs only signed forward Ashley Du Preez in the last transfer window after letting go of the likes of Samir Nurkovic, Lazalus Kambole, Bernard Parker and Leonardo Castro, while the club were believed to be eyeing Wade Lekay, Bonfils-Caleb Beaman ‘iman and Musa Kamara during the preseason.
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Lekai is no longer in Chiefs’ plans as they look for a reliable striker, although according to other reports the club’s management were very impressed by Bimen’iman.
If Kaizer Chiefs want to stay with Burundi forward Bonfils-Caleb Bimen’imana, he could reportedly be offered a three-year contract.
There have been conflicting rumors as to whether Bimen’imana was the player Amakhosi was really looking for, although the player may get clarity on Friday.
“Look, he (Bimen’iman) did well to be honest,” Arthur Zwane said, according to FAR Post. “We haven’t decided yet whether we’re going to bring him in or we’re still looking because we’re looking for a certain type of striker with the way we want to play and how we’re going to play in the future.
“We can’t just have someone sitting in a box. Yes, he is very mobile and comfortable on the ball, but we look at other qualities as well. When we
THE CIPHERS WILL BE BACK INTO ACTION SOON
Kaizer Chiefs kick off their 2022/23 DStv Premier League campaign on Saturday evening against Royal AM at Chatsworth Stadium.
This will be a big test for the new Glamor Boys coaching team Arthur Zvane and Dylan Sheppard who wants to show that theirs a new look Amakhosi side it’s a much improved outfit this season.