Kaizer Chiefs’ technical team continue to search for the starting team. Image: @KaizerChiefs / Twitter

Kaizer Chiefs fans, did you read this? Zwane on January transfers

This is what fans want to hear. Kaizer Chiefs coach Arthur Zwane has suggested transfer changes in the January window.


Kaizer Chiefs’ technical team continue to search for the starting team. Image: @KaizerChiefs / Twitter

We’re set for another pivotal transfer window at Kaizer Chiefs. Coach Arthur Zwane has justified the reasons for expected transfer actions in January.

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As The South African confirmed in August, Amakhosi completed a ninth signing of the window after letting go no less than 13 footballers.

Some of the standout decisions included the departures of Samir Nurkovic, Kearyn Baccus, Leonardo Castro, Lebogang Manyama, as well as the arrivals of Yusuf Maart, Ashley du Preez, and Caleb Bimenyimana.

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Having played 16 games in the league and the MTN8, Zwane spoke to the media a few weeks ago.

He said players in his new squad have been given chances but changes are expected during the rebuilding and creation of a playing identity.

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“The plan we had was to give all the players we had an opportunity because we are in sort of a rebuilding phase, we are a work in progress, and we wanted to see before we start releasing players,” Zwane said via SABC Sport.

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“Firstly, we wanted to see and give a lot of players an opportunity because when you are building a style of play and identity, you want to give most of the players a fair chance.

“And the identity itself, or style of play, will obviously talk to the players that can fit in and also those who cannot fit in, and from there you can see as to who you have to bring in, in terms of beefing up the team and who you have to release,” the Chiefs head coach added.

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