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Chiefs’ starting 11 with three new faces

Kaizer Chiefs supporters must be itching for August to come. Mduduzi Mdantsane has followed the arrivals of Thatayaone Ditlhokwe and Given Msimango. Ajabulile Amakhosi?

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Considering the value and cost of signing new players, whether free agents or not, we will assume all the new signings will go straight into the starting line-up.

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The new defensive duo of Ditlhokwe and Msimango slot in the back center, while Mdantsane will assume the number 10 role.

Full line up:

  • Brandon Peterson – Goalkeeper
  • Dillan Solomons – Right-back
  • Thatayaone Ditlhokwe – Central defender
  • Given Msimango – Central defender
  • Sifiso Hlanti – Left-back
  • Samkelo Zwane – Central Midfielder
  • Yusuf Maart – Central Midfielder
  • Ashley du Preez – Left Striker
  • Mduduzi Shabalala – Right Striker
  • Mduduzi Mdantsane – Central Attacking Midfielder
  • Chrisitan Saile – Center Forward.

Meanwhile, the Soweto giants are linked with Edson Castillo, Tatenda Tavengwa, and Ghabadinho Mhango.

What are your thoughts on this line-up, and who else should Chiefs target? Let us know in the comments section below.

Chiefs targeting Mduduzi Mdantsane
Chiefs are expected to announce Mdantsane after 30 June. Image: Cape Town City/Twitter

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Staying with Amakhosi, the club’s former winger Masango, 33, has revealed why he may never return to Premier Soccer League football.

Having last played from Renders in Denmark in 2018, the 33-year-old winger from Mpumalanga’s Kwaggafontein is yet to find a new football club, and the reason is financial.

““It’s not a matter of being who and who, it’s a matter of principles,” Masango said via Sowetan LIVE.

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“When you are a person you must have your own principles, so I have my own. If my principles and expectations are not met, I’d rather stay at home.

“Last time I had an offer, but I won’t mention the team, was a Premiership team. That person offered me an amount that I can make even when I am at home without waking up. When you speak to people, you must respect their craft… – READ THE FULL STORY HERE.

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You can find more articles from Siseko Gwegwe here.

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