Majoro leaving Kaizer Chiefs?

By Drum Digital
31 October 2013

Speculation is rife that Kaizer Chiefs strikers Lehlohonolo Majoro could leave the club.

Speculation is rife that Kaizer Chiefs strikers Lehlohonolo Majoro could leave the club when the season ends. The Sowetan newspaper is reporting that Majoro's contract with Amakhosi runs out at the end of the season, and he is said to be considering a move away from the club. This comes amid infighting at the club. Apparently Majoro and Bernard Parker had a bust-up ahead of last Saturday's Soweto derby. The paper said the two players were involved in a 'minor' brawl while at training preparing to face rivals Orlando Pirates. Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter yesterday confirmed that the incident took place when emotions ran high after a reckless tackle, but said "it was a minor thing that people shouldn't read too much into". "This happens all over the worldand that is how players show that they want to be part of the team, and they try and impress at training. I think everybody is getting excited about thisand it was minor," Baxter said.

Sowetan, however, understands that Majoro's ill-discipline and sulky behaviour has led to the former AmaZulu goal ace losing his place to Kingston Nkhatha, who scored in that match.

The arrival of Knowledge Musona on loan from Hoffenheim has also played a part as he has been the preferred partner for Parker, last season's top scorer.

Majoro joined Chiefs in June 2011 following his eye-catching debut season in the Premier League when he scored 14 goals in 30 games for Usuthu.

When the paper asked him for comment, Majoro said the club had not given him permission to speak to the press.

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