Kaizer Chiefs release three players from their CAMP
Three players have been released by Kaizer Chiefs from their training camp.
Kaizer Chiefs have decided not to sign three of their trialists, most notably Caleb Bonfils Bimenyimana, who was thought to have impressed in his trials by scoring a number of goals in practice sessions but was not the type of striker the Club was looking for.
When Head Coach Arthur Zwane described the type of striker he is looking for, he stated that he is looking for a striker who can score goals while also being able to play with the ball and link up with his attackers. However, nothing has been accomplished in terms of the search thus far.
Wayde Lekay, a former Ts Galaxy attacker who was training with Kaizer Chiefs in the hopes of landing a new contract, was released after just one week of his trials with the team because they didn’t want to waste their time on him because they weren’t looking for him.
Fuad Johnson, a member of the Stellenbosch Dstv Diski Challenge, was also released from Kaizer Chiefs CAMP. He was training there in the hopes of signing a contract with the Soweto Giants, but he has since joined a First Division team.
The question now is whether Kaizer Chiefs intends to start the season without a target man or if they’ll spring a few surprises and bring in a top-tier player before the transfer window closes in September.