Kaizer Chiefs’ quest to sign DR Congo international Fabrice Ngoma is taking shape however they’ll have to extend their budget should they wish to land him.
Ngoma is currently a free agent after being released by Sudanese giants Al Hilal, due to the ongoing civil war in the country.
The former AS Vita and Raja Casablanca midfielder is ready to make the move to the Amakhosi, but it will have to make financial sense for him!
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Kaizer Chiefs must fork out big bucks to lure Ngoma to Naturena
Fabrice Ngoma’s move to the mighty Amakhosi is currently being held up due to financial negotiations.
“As we speak, Chiefs still want Ngoma. And the player also wants to come to South Africa. However the money that the player and his representatives are looking at could be the one scaring Chiefs off at the moment.” an insider told SoccerLaduma.
“You know Al Hilal pay huge salaries. He is currently getting between $18,000 (R327,420) to $20,000 (R360,000) a month. And that is without bonuses and other things.
“At the moment, Chiefs would offer up to R300,000 as their highest for Ngoma. Now, that’s salary only. What about signing on fee?
“You see, it’s a lot for Chiefs, hence it’s taking time to finalise the deal. But in essence, they really want him. Now, it will all depend on the talks between all the involved parties.”
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Arthur Zwane’s Kaizer Chiefs assistant coach Dillon Sheppard is set to travel to Ireland to complete his coaching badges.
The former Bidvest Wits youth coach is set to join an elite list of South African coaches by obtaining the UEFA Pro License coaching licence.
Sheppard joined the Glamour Boys in 2021 when Gavin Hunt was appointed as head coach at the club.
He remained on as an assistant coach following the departure of Hunt, serving under both Stuart Baxter and Arthur Zwane.
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Amakhosi assistant coach to obtain UEFA Pro licence
“Kaizer Chiefs assistant coach Dillon Sheppard is set to make his way to Ireland where he will complete his coaching badges.” a SoccerLaduma report read.
“‘Sheppy’ as the former winger is affectionately known, will travel to Ireland where he will study for his UEFA Pro License coaching badge.
“The retired winger will be in Europe for close to two weeks to complete a coaching course to earn the world-recognised coaching license.”
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