16.9.2020 08:30 am
Some former Bidvest Wits players are said to be stalling in finding new teams to play for next season as they wait to see if their dream move to Kaizer Chiefs happens.
Amakhosi are awaiting a ruling from Fifa regarding their appeal against a transfer ban imposed on them last year.
Zuma made just two starts for Amakhosi in the Absa Premiership this season, his other 22 appearances coming from the substitute’s bench.
Versatile defender and midfielder Luckyboy Mokoena has caught the eye of Orlando Pirates who are believed to be considering an overhaul of their defence to strengthen their squad for the upcoming season.
A mention of former coach, Jozef Vukusic is said to evoke bad feelings at AmaZulu as the Slovakian is blamed for the situation the club find themselves in.
Orlando Pirates may not get their wish with Bradley Grobler despite his parent club, SuperSport United giving him their blessings to leave at the end of the season should he want to.
Jali was reported by the Sunday World at the beginning of August to have turned up to Sundowns’ training camp smelling of alcohol.
Kaizer Chiefs are currently serving a two-window transfer ban, but could have that lifted by the Court of Arbitration for Sport in September.
Ntshangase has not played a single match for Kaizer Chiefs in the 2019/20 campaign and that looks unlikely to change while Ernst Middendorp is in charge at Amakhosi.
The winger was offloaded by SuperSport United over a month ago, leaving him without a club.
Phakaaathi has been led to believe that former Tshakhuma Tsha Madzvivhandila attacker Masibusane Zongo is on the shopping list of a couple of GladAfrica Championship teams.
The Chiefs football manager was suspended by the club for violating lockdown regulations.
A source tells Phakaaathi that Mlambo does not look to be in a good space at Buccaneers training.
Letlotlo was a promising player and seen as a good prospect at Amakhosi after doing well in the club’s Multichoice Diski Challenge side but couldn’t live up to expectations.
Mamelodi Sundowns have remained silent on the supposed move of Anele Ngcongca, who is understood to have signed a two-year deal with Belgian side KSV Roeselare.