Matshitse joins Chiefs; Petros, Mkhize out
Matshitse joins Chiefs; Petros, Mkhize out

Posted in News on Jun 18, 2002.

Kaizer Chiefs released the official list of all the players who will be placed on transfer on Wednesday also announcing all the new signings for the new season ending weeks of speculation about who will be in and who will be out at Naturena.

Amakhosi have acquired the services of Moroka Swallows defender and captain Peter Matshitse on a two-year contract with an option to renew.

Further more Chiefs have signed defender Martin Carelse from Sporting FC in the first division.

Strikers Luke Petros, Phumlani Mkhize and Daniel Matsau will be sold outright while youngster Simphiwe Mbambo would be loaned out for a season.

Mbambo will be heading to newly-promoted Premier League side Dynamos.

Petros is also heading to Limpopo after securing a deal with Dynamos.

“We are now ending all the speculations,” says team manager Bobby Motaung. “We have agreed terms with Dynamos and Luke (Petros) will be joining them. The only thing left is for us to finalise the paperwork.”

"Sydney Moshikaro is coming home,” Motaung says. “He has been on loan to Ria Stars for a long time and we now feel it’s time for him to come back home. It is very important for us to beef up our defence as you know that (Patrick) Mabedi and (Nhlanhla) Kubeka are injured.”

Motaung says both defenders are back at training but they are not hundred percent fit.

Defender Musa Mtakwenda, signed from AmaZulu at the beginning of the season has been given a free clearance.

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