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Khanye names coach and assistants for Chiefs

Are Kaizer Chiefs’ management unable to decide on coaching changes? Just send them this message from the ever-confident Junior Khanye.

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After closely watching Amakhosi and the DStv Premiership for three seasons as an outspoken pundit on iDiskiTV, Khanye believes he knows the technical staff that can return the Glamour Boys to the top.

“Kaizer Chiefs need to restructure their whole setup,” Khnaye said via iDiski Times.

“First of all they need to bring in an experienced coach like Pitso Mosimane, assisted by Dan Malisela or Farouk Khan, even though Farouk should probably be the Head of Development.

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In other news, the Glamour Boys are a few millions Rands richer.

After a fine season in Chiefs’ central defence and right-back, Siyabonga Ngezana has earned himself a move to FCSB in Romania. How much did the European giants pay for the Sebokeng-born defender?

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The 25-year-old defender’s transfer was announced by Chiefs via social media on Thursday morning, just six months after the club announced Njabulo Blom’s departure to St Louis in the USA’s Major Soccer League.

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“Kaizer Chiefs bid farewell to defender, Siyabonga Ngezana, who has signed for Romanian Lige 1 powerhouse, Fotbal Club FCSB, formerly known as Steaua Bucharesti,” the Soweto giants reported.

“There is always a tinge of sadness when a player who has risen through the ranks here leaves the Club,” Amakhosi’s Sporting Director, Kaizer Motaung Jr, said.

“However, Siya has had a good and substantial career at Kaizer Chiefs and feels the time is right to take up a new challenge. We appreciate his wholehearted commitment to Amakhosi and wish him well on his exciting adventure to Europe,” Kaizer Jnr concluded.

According to iDiski Times, the Sebokeng-born player’s move is a five-year deal worth R12 million.

“Siyabgonga Ngezana has signed a five-year deal with FCSB after they agreed a €600,000 (R12m) transfer fee with Kaizer Chiefs, iDiski Times has learnt,” the outlet reported.

Kaizer Chiefs Nedbank Cup Ngezana
Ngezana of Chiefs awarded the man of the match award against Maritzburg United in the Nedbank Cup on 10 February 2022 at Harry Gwala Stadium © Sydney Mahlangu/BackpagePix.

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