Chiefs transfer news

Reports say Sabelo Radebe and Thabani Dube are leaving Kaizer Chiefs. Image: Backpagepix

Insider confirms: Two players leaving Chiefs

It’s time to start preparing for next season. A new report says Kaizer Chiefs are releasing a central midfielder and defender.

Chiefs transfer news

Reports say Sabelo Radebe and Thabani Dube are leaving Kaizer Chiefs. Image: Backpagepix

Sometimes players need to move away from clubs like Kaizer Chiefs to start over somewhere. New reports say two players are set to face this challenge.

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After making a combined four appearances between them this season, Sabelo Radebe, 23, and Thabani Dube, 30, will be released.

The report added to reveal that Radebe will be sent out on loan, while Dube will make a permanent departure.

“Well-placed Siya sources have informed the crew that Chiefs have decided against continuing with Sabelo Radebe and Austin Dube,” Soccer Laduma reported.

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“The source informed the crew that Radebe has been informed that he will go out on loan as he does not form part of Arthur Zwane’s immediate plans. The club, however, are keen to ensure the youngster gets adequate game-time, preferably at a topflight club.

“Dube meanwhile, will bring his two-year stay with the club to an end. The defender made just one appearance this season and is ‘definitely’ leaving Chiefs, according to the source,” the report concluded.

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Chiefs Arthur Zwane
Arthur Zwane,coach of Kaizer Chiefs during the DStv Premiership 2022/23 match between Sekhukhune United and Kaizer Chiefs at the Peter Mokaba Stadium, Polokwane on the 23 April 2023 ©Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix.

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Staying with Chiefs, former club striker Siphelele Mthembu has sent a plea to upcoming players to avoid certain behaviours, including the use of muti.

Speaking to one of the most-revered journalists in local football, Mahlatsi Mphahlele, Mthembu urged young players to keep a distance from hazards like unhealthy eating, ignorance, and muti.

In addition to hard work and full dedication, players should not end up in a position of depending on ‘the muti guy.’ – READ THE FULL STORY HERE.

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