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Breaking: Chiefs Offload Duo

Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed that two of their players have been sent out on loan for the 2019/20 campaign after it was decided that they wouldn't play a part for the Amakhosi this season.

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The Siya crew reported recently that both Itumeleng Shopane, 22, and Ayanda Rorwana, 21, would be joining Moroka Swallows (who are still known as Maccabi FC this season) to work under Zeca Marques, and their switch has now been confirmed by the Glamour Boys on their official channels.

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A statement on the club website said, "Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed the move of the duo of Ayanda Rorwana and Itumeleng Shopane to Maccabi FC (Moroka Swallows FC).

"Rorwana (21) and Shopane (22) joined the National First Division side last week for training and will play for them in the new season. Moroka Swallows have bought the status of Maccabi and are waiting for the PSL to process their name-change.
 
"Rorwana was still in the Reserve Team playing in the MultiChoice Diski Challenge while Shopane was promoted to the First Team.
 
 
"The two youngsters are products of the Kaizer Chiefs Youth Development Academy and will enjoy the competitive football in the GladAfrica Championship (NFD league), which kicks off this coming weekend. We wish them all the best."
 
 
 
 

 

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