Another unbelievable list of some players who are on Kaizer Chiefs FC radar during the current mid transfer period.
Kaizer Chiefs FC is amongst teams are willing to sign more players to strengthen their squads very soon. Some names of top Chiefs players whom Chiefs management is really pushing hard to win their signatures, have bee revealed.
1. Riaan Hanamub – AmaZulu FC.
2. Siphesihle Mkhize – Sekhukhune.
3. Qobolwakhe Sibande – Stellenbosch.
4. Mohamed Hussein – Simba SC.
These players are already in Kaizer Chiefs’ radar for next season/transfer window. Chiefs Management granted technical team permission to identify players of their choice for future. Technical team together with scouting department reported back to the office that these are players they’d love to have.
Surprisingly, Kaizer Chiefs Management had already opened talks with the 3 clubs before the transfer window closed on 22 September. Qobolwakhe Sibande of Stellenbosch & Mohamed Hussein of Simba were targeted for this season, but Stellies felt that talks should be on hold and will be resumed in the next transfer so that they get replacement.
Hussein’s Simba SC were willing to sell their left back but the foreign spot in our team remained occupied after the arrival of González. AmaZulu FC also opted to keep their man after they rejected Kaizer Chiefs offer. However, I heard that management is preparing for a second improved offer for Hanamub in the next transfer window or next season.
Siphesihle Mkhize is the only one that was identified but yet to open talks with Sekhukhune.
Something is changing at Naturena! Soon we will reap the fruits. We appreciate what the management is doing. We are Kaizer Chiefs! We’re not confused.
In other news, Bafana Bafana head coach says his side have to beat Namibia tomorrow, it is a must win game for Bafana Bafana.
Bafana Bafana head coach Hugo Broos has said that Sunday’s AFCON Group E match against Namibia is a must-win game if Bafana are to progress past the group stages.
“First of all, we were very disappointed last Tuesday after the defeat against Mali because we didn’t play a bad game,” Broos said during a press conference on Saturday in Ivory Coast.
“We were the better team in the first half, we had three good chances to score and we missed the penalty. So when you lose a game like that, the disappointment was big for all of us.
“But we had nearly five days to recover from that. What I saw yesterday on training, I know that the boys are ready again, to play that tough game of tomorrow. We have to win that game, where we still have chances to go through the group stages, we know that but we are confident.
“At the other way, the other team, Namibia they won against Tunisia, and something extra for this game, it’s a game between two neighbours – a team who is composed with many players who are playing in South Africa, so they will try to show something tomorrow against us and we try to beat this.
“So we know that it will be a tough game, but again, at the other side, we are confident and we will try to win that game tomorrow, a game that we have to win.”