Second Kaizer Chiefs exit confirmed? agrees terms with rivals!

Kaizer Chiefs are set to undergo some serious changes ahead of the coming season, if reports are to be believed. 

Chiefs are expected to make a coaching appointment soon, but are already making decision with regards to players. 

Ngcobo leaving Chiefs

Last season, Chiefs created history in a bad way, finishing in 10th position on the log. This was their worst league finish ever! This also meant the team can now only compete for three trophies next season, with no MTN8 on the horizon. For the business side of the club, missing out on the lucrative tournament could have repercussions. That is why something has to give, and it’s both within the coaching and playing staff. 

The whole Chiefs coaching staff is set to be wiped out, with both Cavin Johnson and Rainer Dinkerlacker out already. Now when it comes to the players, there are quite a few who are on their last weeks at the club. Njabulo Ngcobo, Siyethemba Sithebe, Edmilson Dove, Keagan Dolly as well as George Matlou and Itumeleng Khune could all be leaving.

In fact, one player is thought to be leaving in Ngcobo. According to iDiski Times he is set to depart Chiefs to join the ambitious Sekhukhune United.

Sekhukhune the next destination

“It appears he (Ngcobo) will now be allowed to leave the club after the expiry of his three-year deal, as Sekhukhune agreed personal terms with the player. iDiski Times understands Ngcobo is keen on the move to earn more regular game-time but the players were asked for patience as  Chiefs look to secure their new head coach, as reported by this publication. However, with Ngcobo available as a free agent from 1 July, his time at Naturena will come to an end and line up for Babina Noko next season.” Wrote the publication. 

Ngcobo struggled at Chiefs and never had enough of a run to establish himself as first choice. It’s perhaps no surprise that he has chosen a new challenge at Sekhulhune. 

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