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Kaizer Chiefs to axe struggling new signing?

Kaizer Chiefs are reportedly planning to cut-short new signing Jasond Gonzalez’ loan deal at the club to open up a foreign spot at the club.

The Glamour Boys currently have their foreign quota filled up by Edson Castillo, Christian Saile, Jasond Gonzalez, Edmilson Dove and Thatayaone Ditlhokwe.

Amakhosi have been linked with a blockbuster move for prolific DR Congo striker Walter Bwalya however they’ll have to free one foreign spot up for his arrival.

And the latest reports suggest Gonzalez is the man that’ll be sacrificed. Since joining the club, the Colombian striker is yet to find the back of the net in six appearances.

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Kaizer Chiefs to sacrifice Gonzalez?

“Recent indications suggest that Gonzalez may be released to create room for the incoming striker, as he has been absent from the matchday squads.” – a Citizen report read.

“Not featuring in Cavin Johnson’s plans, Gonzalez, being on loan, might be returned. While Chiefs have Albert Bwalya from Zambia in their historical roster, signing Walter Bwalya could address the team’s perceived weaknesses in attack.”

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In other news, Kaizer Chiefs legend Bernard Parker has broken his silence on the leg breaking tackle he received from Mamelodi Sundowns’ Bongani Zungu.

Now plying his trade for TS Galaxy. Bernard Parker was on the receiving end of a leg breaking tackle last month.

The Bafana Bafana legend underwent immediate surgery. He is now on the mend however he’ll remain on the sidelines for an extended period of time

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Parker opens up on Bongani Zungu horror tackle

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“I think there was ill intent in the Zungu tackle,” Parker told SportsNightAmplified on MetroFM.

“I think it was a build up of emotions from him and looking at the two goals scored by Galaxy and how he was involved. When the incident happened, it was building up to it. We are all human and things like that do happen, I am not angry.”

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