A man who once graced the English Premier League could be on his way to Kaizer Chiefs and Mzansi.
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Kaizer Chiefs target Kazim-Richards
According to Goal, 37-year-old Kazim-Richards and his representatives have met up with the Amakhosi top brass. Colin Kâzım, Kâzım or Kâzım Kâzım was born in England but has qualified for Turkish citizenship. He has represented a host of top-tier clubs, notable Sheffield United, Brighton, Toulouse, Fenerbahce, Galatasaray, Feyenoord, Celtic and Corinthians.
“The former Brighton and Hove Albion forward’s representatives are currently in South Africa on a mission to secure a contract with a PSL club for the experienced player,” the report said.
“GOAL understands that Kazim-Richards, who has remained a free agent since leaving Turkish top-flight club Fatih Karagumruk last winter, has been in contact with former PSL champions Kaizer Chiefs and SuperSport United through his agency,” the report added.
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Chiefs need to carry on trusting youth though
Wih the potential arrival of the vastly experienced Kazim Kazim, Chiefs can’t lose sight of the overall project focusing on youngsters. A few experienced heads are vital, but there’s nothing more exciting than young players becoming first-team regulars.
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