One thing is clear – Kaizer Chiefs desperately need a new striker or two! Well, the good news is that this quality international striker could be introduced this week.
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Amakhosi had several strikers during the pre-season campaign. Unfortunately for most test takers, they failed to impress Arthur Zvane.
Therefore, their tests have failed and they will not be offering contracts to Naturena. However, there is one man who impressed Zwane, Dylan Sheppard, Kaiser Motaungand Bobby Motaung.
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INTERNATIONAL STRIKER TO BE CHIEFS’ LATEST SIGNING
In a shocking turn of events, Burundi Int Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyiman reportedly linked to a move to Naturena.
In accordance with Phakaati, the striker could be unveiled as Amakhosi’s latest signing this week.
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It comes as a shock after the forward was believed to have left Naturina last week.
However, Zwane and company seem to have changed their minds. Especially after seeing their side fall apart Ashley Du Preez absence of vs Mamelodi Sundowns.
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The Chiefs have been lackluster in attack, missing a key ingredient in their forwards. Cole Alexander naturally unable to provide creativity in attack Dylan Solomonov had to switch from defense to attack.
This step was obvious and understandable. Despite his impressive speed, Solomons is not a natural forward. Alexander, Solomonov and Reeve Frosler missed opportunities to attack. Can you imagine when Hama Ticket or Keegan Dolly were absent?
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Fingers crossed they never get suspended or injured.
The bosses could reveal theirs 2 MILLION RAND future player this week. The Burundian is extremely talented and even scored a goal in Amakhosi’s pre-season match which impressed Zwane significantly.
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