Kaizer Chiefs FC was banned from signing players back in 2020, where by the previous head coach, Gavin Hunt was not even allowed to register his own or favourite players. As things stand, Amakhosi might face the same issue this year after the latest statement from top PSL team.
According to the latest rumours circulating on social media platforms, another transfer and registration of players ban might on the way against Kaizer Chiefs FC again.
This comes after the previous statement that was made by local Premier Soccer League club, Richards Bay regarding the goalkeeper Salim Magoola. According to the reports, Chiefs is interested on signing Magoola with the aim of strengthening their goalkeeping department. However, it has been confirmed by Bay statement that Chiefs is not the only club interested on signing Salim.
According to Bay’s statement, teams that are interested on signing Magoola include Chiefs, are not showing their interest professionally and that might put them in danger. If Richards Bay management can report their issue to FiFA, Nd share the touchable evidence. This will force FiFA to ban the likes of Kaizer Chiefs FC. The Richards Bay management statement on clubs approaching their goalkeeper, Salim Magoola read as follows!
“As the club we view this as a total disrespect and unprofessional conduct by these clubs. Salim (Magoola) remains a Richards Bay player with a long standing contract. The clubs know very well that should they be interested, propose channels need to be followed and these should not be done through social media or directly with the player concerned. The club would further like to request those engaging on this unprofessional conduct to “stop” or follow proper procedures, as we deem this as a serious plot against Rich Boyz.” The statement from Richard Bay read.
In other news, former Bafana Bafana, Mamelodi Sundowns, SuperSport United and Moroka Swallows star midfielder Lerato ‘Ace’ Chabangu has opened up about post-retirement struggles and how he has lost everything.
“There are a lot of things that I have lost,” Chabangu said.
“I bought my mom a house and I have lost it, I have lost everything. I don’t even have soccer boots now, I don’t have clothes that you can say will remind me of the past.
“I only have trophies but I have lost a lot. People can judge me but I am still going on. I don’t have income but I hustle. My mom doesn’t have a home, my brother is nowhere to be found. I am living in a family house and I don’t know where my kids are. It is sad.”
Chabangu said he is the laughingstock of his community.
“It is difficult but I thank God I am still alive and I have learnt a lot. We are all going through a lot but we have to appreciate that life is continuing. When you were used to getting income and suddenly there is nothing, it becomes difficult.
“The family is expecting that you will give back at home but there is not so much income. They are disappointed because the Chabangu name was high but now I am a laughingstock.