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Itumeleng Khune Returns To Kaizer Chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs has confirmed in a statement that Itumeleng Khune is back with the soccer club. The news broke out this afternoon after the award-winning goalkeeper and former player Mandla Masango were accused of making unnecessary salary agreements with the club. 29 more words

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“We can confirm that we have agreed in principle to have Itu back in the team." - Bobby

OFFICIAL: Khune return confirmed

Kaizer Chiefs have officially confirmed the re-signing of goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune, and revealed that talks are still ongoing with Mandla Masango. 81 more words

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My beloved Kaizer Chiefs launched their 2015/16 kit yesterday. And it is beautiful.

When I saw a tweet saying that Kaizer Chiefs had released their new kit, I was absolutely delighted. But then I heard it had stripes and shivers ran down my spine. 147 more words

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KAIZER CHIEFS 2015-16 NIKE HOME KIT CELEBRATES 45TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CLUB

Kaizer Chiefs will step into the 2015-16 season in an iconic new home kit that celebrates their 45th anniversary and heralds their illustrious history of winning the most league titles in South Africa. 552 more words

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Pirates, Chiefs joint statement about the Kings Cup

Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs will play in the King’s Cup in Swaziland this weekend despite calls to pull out due to political agendas.

The Soweto giants have released a joint statement regarding the pre-season tournament, which is scheduled to go ahead this weekend. 197 more words

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New Kit Alert: Kaizer Chiefs Reveal Their New Home Jersey

Absa Premiership champions Kaizer Chiefs have unveiled their new home jersey for the upcoming 2015/16 PSL season. The Soweto Giants’ new home kit infuses their famous gold and black colours with black horizontal stripes. 91 more words

Sports

Chiefs sign Motovu, who is Motovu?

Introducing my good friend and guest blogger Bongani Khosi. He give his 2 cents (with no change) on the issue of  PSL teams buying younger players from other countries instead of using the talent that they have at their disposal in our country. 513 more words