There's an old saying that says rome was not built in one day.however,in order to achieve your goal of building rome,you cannot sell the same material you'll be using for your structure.what's has surface at chippa united recently is shocking though it's usual in football that players will always come and go.
The portelizabeth based side is one of the psl clubs who let go of many players during this current transfear window.the difference for them is that they released their quality and regular players in numbers.with the ambitions and goals that the chilli boys want to achieve in future,that includes winning throphies and taking part in caf competitions.one would have wish chippa can hold a little longer to their star players.
With an ambition of competing in caf one day,the eastern cape based outfit could have build on a great team from their last season strong squad.the club recently released ayabulela konqobe and sizwe mdlinzo on top of other star players who left the club during the begining of the transfear window.
the club seems to be buying players only to sell them to the big psl clubs.sadly,chilli boys only founded back in 2010.their devolepment side cannot be compared to their counterparts who own much stable acedemies.
Andile mbenyane and james okowusa are only long serving players at the club.if maritzburg farook kadodia can hold on onto his sought-after star players by big clubs,then the same can be done by siviwe mpengesi to build his club into a great brand not only in the eastern cape but in south africa as a whole.