Kaizer Chiefs could have a busy January transfer window on the horizon if they wish to try and turn around their fortunes, but they don’t have the best record in the market of late.
See where the 11 players are now by checking the gallery above
The Siya crew took a look at 11 players who have joined the Amakhosi – and left already, since the start of the 2014/15 Absa Premiership season, and it doesn’t make for pretty viewing given the fact that none were able to make an impact at Naturena.
With a total of 50 Absa Premiership starts between them – 28 for two of them, the following group of players were definitely signings that the Glamour Boys got wrong as they looked to try and stay competitive.
Mkhabela never even got to make his debut for the club, joining on a free transfer after being released from SuperSport United. He’s now at Platinum Stars.
Katsvairo hasn’t completely lost his chance yet – he’s on loan in Tanzania with Singida United, but he fell off the radar midway through his first season at the club.
Macha already has as many Absa Premiership starts – and more goals, in his short time with Baroka than he got during a very unsuccessful year with the Amakhosi.
A player whose time was ruined by injury after a relatively decent start. He scored six goals in all competitions but was released earlier this year.
Came in as a marquee signing after leaving FC Rostov in Russia, but was never really given a chance by Steve Komphela and ended up with only six league starts before negotiating the termination of his contract.
With no league starts and no goals, ‘Drogba’ left Chiefs without making any sort of impact at the club and is still looking for a PSL club after falling off the radar following his exit.
The Ugandan came in with a bit of fanfare as he was touted as an exciting player, but he was released after just one season with just one league start to his name.
Despite being at the club for three seasons, Mthembu ended up moving on for free having started just four league games and scoring six goals in 41 matches in all competitions.
Now with AmaZulu, the Zimbabwean failed to make a single league start for Chiefs during his time there, and left before he was able to leave his mark.
Mokgothu was brought in in 2014 from Moroka Swallows but left two years later when his contract expired without ever kicking a ball in a game. He never got his debut.
Bukenya was used relatively regularly as a way of sealing the deal in tight games, but he got only 11 league starts during his three seasons there and left for free at the start of last season.
What position do you think Kaizer Chiefs need to bolster in January?