Kaizer Chiefs were accused of unprofessionalism their former defendant Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyiman who spent three weeks in Naruren.
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Bimenyimana was said to have impressed the Amakhosi coach Arthur Zvane and the technical team, but there was a twist at the end.
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The 24-year-old has reportedly returned to his club as Kaizer Chiefs let him know he will not be signed.
Bimenyimana says that even “blocked” he had other options as he was sure the Soweto giants were going to offer him a contract.
He also accused the club of being unprofessional after they made him wait until they knew they wouldn’t sign him.
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“I think they should have been honest with me and told me the truth instead of making me wait,” he said, according to KickOff.
“They are not professional. They should have told me the truth that they wouldn’t sign me so I would just move on without thinking of waiting for them like they did now.
“During the three weeks I spent with them, I blocked out other options because I was sure there would be a deal.
“Now it feels like being with them was just a waste of time.
“I wish them all the best for the new season.”
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Kaizer Chiefs have been searching for a reliable striker since the start of pre-season and have yet to find the perfect fit.
Amakhosi also invited Wade Lekay, Fouad Johnson and Darren Smith for tests, all of which failed to convince the coach Arthur Zvane sign them.
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