One of most Kaizer Chiefs FC fan’s favourite who is also a youngster is expected to leave Amakhosi in January as per some top publications and Unplayable ZA to mention.
According to the publication mentioned above, Happy Mashiane hopes to leave Kaizer Chiefs in January in search of game time. Mashiane is yet to make an appearance this season and he’s apparently unhappy.
Mashiane is one of the most loved full backs in Naturena, who are lacking a game time. Amakhosi fans are really questioning themselves on why Happy Mashiane and Dillon Solomons are not getting a game time this season. Our analyser Senzo Sambo is also not happy, exactly like Chiefs fans.
“Dillan Solomons what a player. To be honest Khosination it saddens me when a top player like Dillan Solomons is not playing, he is a player who works hard bring intensity and width to the side, his speed can also help us in situations whereby we want to stretch the defense in wide areas and create superiorities on the pockets and half spaces. You also know that he gives us defensive assurance and when his playing the whole right flank becomes lively.
“Since we don’t have a good Left back, why don’t we use Frosler as a LB and play Solomons at RB until January.” He added.
In other news, Ganda Ganda has spent the last night at Bramley Police
Thamsanqa Gabuza made his first appearance at the Alexandra Magistrates Court today after handing himself over to the police yesterday and he spent the night at the Bramley Police Station in Jozi.
The TS Galaxy frontman is facing charges of attempted rape, malicious damage to property, and domestic violence.
Ganda Ganda was granted R3,000 bail after appearing in court today. He is represented by advocate Themba Ngobeni.
TS Galaxy centre forward Thamsanqa Gabuza couldn’t afford R5,000 bail
Therefore, magistrate Peggy Senne ended up setting the former Orlando Pirates player’s bail at R3,000.
“It is not yet month-end and he is married with children. The wife is not working. He can only pay R2,000, which is readily available,” Gabuza’s lawyer, Themba Ngobeni said. (SW).
The former Bafana Bafana player’s next court date has been scheduled for December 11 as he faces charges of attempted rape, malicious damage to property, and domestic violence.