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Official: Chiefs Confirm Five Exits

Kaizer Chiefs have announced the departure of Siyethemba Sithebe, Keagan Dolly, Njabulo Ngcobo, S’fiso Hlanti and Efmamjjasond Gonzalez.

The club have returned for pre-season, although they still wait for the arrival of new head coach Nasreddine Nabi.

Earlier in the week, news broke that Chiefs had informed several players they won’t extend their expiring contracts. While the club had been quiet on developments at Naturena, they announced five exit on Saturday.

The Club has entered discussions with the representatives of various players and technical staff regarding their respective contractual situations.

“There have been some decisions made, though, and the following players have been released at the end of their contracts:

  • Keagan Dolly, who arrived in 2021 from France. He played 67 matches for Chiefs.
  • Siyethemba Sithebe has also left after two seasons, during which he appeared 39 times in the Gold & Black colours of Amakhosi.
  • Defender S’fiso Hlanti will also exit after three seasons since his arrival from the now defunct Wits. He appeared 62 times in Chiefs colours and managed to score four goals.
  • Another defender, Njabulo Ngcobo, has also left after three seasons with Amakhosi. He joined the Club from Swallows and featured in 45 matches in all competitions.
  • Colombian striker, Efmamjjasond Gonzalez, who joined us on a one season loan deal after the start of the season, has returned to his mother Club, Real Santa Cruz, in Bolivia. He appeared 13 times in Amakhosi colours since his arrival in August 2023.

“The Club will communicate further changes to the personnel as they happen.

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