No Moroccan Player of the Season for Kaizer Chiefs?

It sounds like Kaizer Chiefs are going to miss out on top class player. Moroccan Player of the Season Mohamed Rabie Hrimat looks set for the Gulf region.


According to recent reports, incoming Kaizer Chiefs coach Nabi was eager to bring the 29-year-old AS FAR midfielder Hrimat to Naturena. According to the player’s agent, Hrimat is in high demand after 13 goals and eight assists.

“We cannot decide now on offers coming from the Gulf region, only after the King’s Cup final,” Hicham Debhi told iDiski Times‘ Lorenz Kohler.

“After the game, they will decide the future of the player. There’s one more year on his contract and there’s a lot of offers in the Gulf area,” Debhi concluded.

Should Nabi turn to Edson Castillo? Certainly. The abilty is there.


In the meantime, the newly arrived Kaizer Chiefs assistant coach Fernando Cruz is set to assess the squad before the arrival of Nasreddine Nabi next month.

It’s a strong guarantee that Amakhosi will be adding a couple of new players to the existing squad to compete against the likes of Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates next season. Prior to signing or recommending new players, the coaching staff have to look at what they already have.

With Da Cruz arriving this week before the in-coming head coach Nasreddine Nabi‘s completes his term with AS FAR in Morocco, Da Cruz will start woirking with the Kaizer Chiefs squad this week. According to last season’s data, Amakhosi currently have 32 players minus two. According to reports, the 25-year-old Colombian striker Jasond Gonzalez is also set to be officially released by Kaizer Chiefs.

“Kaizer Chiefs have opted against taking the option in Jasond Gonzalez contract to make his loan move permanent,” iDiski Times reported.

“This publication has learnt, that the physical striker will return to Bolivian club Real Santa Cruz at the end of the 2023/24 DStv Premiership season.

“His loan deal, which had an option to make the deal permanent for $180,000 (R3.4 million) will not be pursued further after failing to score in his 12 games for Amakhosi,” the report concluded.



Bruce Bvuma, Brandon Petersen, Itumeleng Khune, Bontle Molefe.


Given Msimango, Thatayaone Ditlhokwe, Edmilson Dove, Zitha Kwinika, Sifiso Hlanti, Reeve Frosler, Dillan Solomons, Happy Mashiane, Aidan McCarthy.


Yusuf Maart, Edson Castillo, Sibongiseni Mthethwa, Samkelo Zwane, Sabelo Radebe, George Matlou.


Mduduzi Shabalala, Pule Mmodi, Ashley Du Preez, Christian Saile, Ringa Chivaviro, Mduduzi Mdantsane, Wandile Duba, Mfundo Vilakazi, Donay Jansen, Tebogo Potsane, Nkosingiphile Ngcobo.

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