HomeAfrica-NewsThe latest Kaizer Chiefs news: Saturday, November 5, 2022

The latest Kaizer Chiefs news: Saturday, November 5, 2022


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The Kaizer Chiefs are currently preparing for the upcoming Carling Black Label Cup friendly tournament, but have one eye on the January window.

Here we wrap up all the latest Kaizer Chiefs news found on the pages of TheSouthAfrican.com.

CBC losses dismay fans

Bad news for Kaizer Chiefs fans.

Now there will be no Itumeleng Khune and Caleb Bimenyimana at the Carling Black Label Cup.

Kaizer Chiefs seek loan for young star

The Kaizer Chiefs are set to send one of their stars on loan when the January transfer window opens after failing to find him a team in September.

A source told The South African’s Ernest Makhaya that Amakhosi is working around the clock to find a team for Thabo Mokoena in early 2023.


Chiefs see three called up for Bafana friendlies

Hugo Broos has included three Kaizer Chiefs players in his provisional Bafana Bafana squad, one more than in the previous window when only two received his call-up.

Bafana coach Hugo Broos has named a 30-member preliminary squad for international friendly matches against Mozambique and Angola later this month.


Tshwane calls out Kaizer Chiefs star

A versatile star from Kaizer Chiefs is reportedly wanted in Pretoria.

The limited international is locked in contract discussions with the Chiefs that have dragged on.


The highest paid player in the PSL is a Glamor Boy

Who is the highest paid player in the PSL? Photo: Backpagepix

Kaizer Chiefs have long been the club to go to if you want to make it big in South African football.

For some time, however, the Chiefs have been willing to pay a lot to bring top talent to Naturena.


South African Dean Boyle has polled social media to find out who is the most popular player in the PSL at the moment.

It’s no surprise that the top dog on social media is a Chiefs stalwart and club captain.


Yusuf Maart has given his assessment of his wonderful goal in the Soweto derby.

Maart channeled David Beckham with his long-range chip that snatched the points from his team but what do you think of the goal?



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