Chiefs to hold press conference next week

2015-05-28 06:00
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CKaizer Chiefs head coach   Stuart Baxter is rumoured to be on his way out of Naturena.

PHOTO: gallo images CKaizer Chiefs head coach Stuart Baxter is rumoured to be on his way out of Naturena.

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KAIZER Chiefs will hold a special press conference next week to address the issue of player movements at Naturena.

The press conference is scheduled for Tuesday, 2 June as announced by the club via their official Twitter account and media channels.

Expected to be addressed are the issues of the contract renewals or release of Itumeleng Khune and Tefu Mashamaite.

Other players, reportedly yet to sign new contracts, include Mandla Masango, who has been linked with Mpumalanga Black Aces, and Matthew Rusike.

Chiefs have also been linked with moves for AmaZulu striker Bongani Ndulula and Free State Stars pair Moeketsi Sekola and Daniel Cardoso. Centre-back Mulomowandau Mathoho’s agent has been pushing for a move to Europe, while Mamelodi Sundowns are rumoured to be chasing George Lebese.

Veteran midfielder Siyabonga Nkosi has already confirmed he will be leaving the club while Josta Dladla is in talks regarding a possible stay.

The future of head coach, Stuart Baxter, also remains in doubt following reports that Chiefs may be looking at Steve Komphela as a possible replacement. -

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