According to the latest rumours circulating on social media platforms, another transfer and registration of players ban might be on way against Kaizer Chiefs FC.
This comes after the latest statement that was released by local PSL team, Richards Bay regarding their number one goalkeeper Salim Magoola. According to the reports, Chiefs is interested in signing Mangoola with the aim of strengthening their goalkeeping department. However, it has been confirmed by Bay statement that Chiefs is not the only club interested on signing Salim.
According to Bay’s statement, teams that are interested on signing him including Chiefs, are not showing their interest professionally and that might them in danger, if Richards Bay management can report their issue to FiFA and share the touchable evidence. This will force FiFA to ban the likes of Kaizer Chiefs FC.
The Richards Bay’s statement on clubs approaching their goalkeeper, Salim Magoola read as follows;
“As the club we view this as a total disrespect and unprofessional conduct by these club’s. Salim (Magoola) remains a Richards Bay player with a long standing contract. The clubs know very well that should they be interested, proper channels need to be followed and these should not be done through social media or directly with the player concerned. The club would further like to request those engaging on this unprofessional conduct to “stop” or follow proper procedures, as we deem this as a serious plot against Rich Boyz,” reads the statement from Richards Bay.
In other news, few days ago, some of the best and top publications reported that Kaizer Chiefs FC management will appoint Alexandre Gallo as Amakhosi head coach, replacing the former head coach who was sacked, Molefi Ntseki. However, the real confirmation has been revealed regarding Chiefs coaching issues.
According to Senzo Sambo Football News close sources, in as much as Chiefs management looking forward to sign Gallo as per Kick Off and Soccer Laduma previous report, Gallo is not even in the top ten coaches who are leading the race of Chiefs coaching job. In case you missed it, coaches who are leading the race include Pitso Mosimane, Manqoba Mngqithi and others.