Kaizer Chiefs FC management announced the contact extension of their two goalkeepers Brandon Petersen and Bruce Bvuma.
The contract extensions of the mentioned goalkeepers, will be another reason for why Itumeleng Khune’s future with Kaizer Chiefs FC is looking blur. Khune who has been tirelessly working hard during his suspension, has always been clear that he is not ready to retire on a professional football, since he still wants to play until he becomes forty years.
But according to news reaching our table, Kaizer Chiefs FC management has taken a final decision that will see Khune not earning himself a contract when the current season end. At the moment, Khune will have to go for retirement, since he also said he is not ready to play for any team, apart from Kaizer Chiefs FC.
Khune is one of the lingers severs at Chiefs. He started playing a professional football in 2000s. This also mean he has played for Chiefs for over a decade.
Apart from that, in case you missed it, more problems for MaMkhize have been reported by top local publications.
It is alleged that Royal AM Ladies players have not been paid their salaries since December last year, and the players are up in arms and threatening to quit the club.
Royal AM General Manager Richard Makhoba said there was no reason why they should be paid as they are amateur players and have no contracts.
“We have no obligation to pay them during off-season. They are on a stipend monthly and the league never paid the prize money either,” Makhoba said (Sunday World).
“Note that we don’t owe any women players any salary and have no obligation to give stipend when the league is over.
“The rules of Safa say that the registration of all amateur players is only for one season.”
Royal AM remain banned from signing new players for failing to pay Ricardo Nascimento & Samir Nurkovic.