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Kaizer Chiefs to raid Sekhukhune for TWO prize assets

Kaizer Chiefs have seen the progress made by Sekhukhune and are ready to plunder their most prized assets.


Mokwana is wanted by South Africa’s elite

According to SoccerLaduma, Sundowns are preparing a blockbuster move for long-term Chiefs and Pirates target Eilas Mokwana. The Sekhukhune winger has been a revelation for Babina Noko this season, earning a full Bafana Bafana call-up. A goal against Andorra and an assist against 2019 African champions Algeria prove he feels at home at this level. Downs are now at the head of the queue for a man valued at R35 Million by Lehlohonolo Seema’s team. According to The Citizen, Mokwana has always admired Chiefs but has admitted to having a soft spot for Sowetor rivals Pirates. If Amakhosi want their man, they’ll have to fight for him and he’s not going to come cheap.

Relebohile Mofokeng and Elias Mokwana. Image: Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix

SEKHUKHUNE SHOCK DECISION ON SEEMA

Sekhukhune United has placed coach Lehlohonolo Seema on ‘special leave’ with just two DStv Premiership matches to go,” reads part of a SABC Sport report on Tuesday 14 May. There is no doubt in our minds that Seema could be a genuine wildcard candidate for the head coaching role at Chiefs. Sekhukhune are still punching above their weight and still on course to finish in the top four this term.

“SABC Sport has established that the decision to sideline seems now mean the coach is likely to vacate his post at the end of the season.

“It’s understood Seema had initially been handed a three-year deal by the club, and with favourable results recently and the likelihood Sekhukhune would finish in fourth place on the table the latest developments come as a surprise.”

Sekhukhune news Seema
Sekhukhune United unveil Lehlohonolo Seema. Image: @SekhukhuneFc/X

Kaizer Chiefs find a new coaching candidate?

According to reports on Tuesday via The South African, outgoing Petro de Luanda boss Alex Santos is a genuine contender for the role. The 47-year-old Portuguese-born boss steered the Angolan side to the CAF Champions League semi-finals and multiple league titles. With the shortlist growing by the day, a conclusion to this saga doesn’t seem imminent. It’s not as if Chiefs don’t have options though.


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