The club announced yesterday the extensions of contracts for senior players, Itumemeleng Khune, Lebogang Manyama, Khama Billiat, Bernard Parker and Ramahlwe Mpahlele will continue playing for Kazier Chiefs in the new season.
Khune is the longest serving player in the current team. The goalkeeper has been given two years’ extension to his contract. This means that the player will go into his record-equalling 18th season with Kazier Chiefs senior team. Another Player who got signed with a one-year contract with an option to extend a further year is midfielder Lebogang Manyama. He arrived at Chiefs from Konyaspor in Turkey in the 2017/18 and has been regarded as one of the key players for the club.
Captain Bernard Parker will get to his 11th season for Amakhosi as he has also been given a one-year contract extension. He played 42 games last season for the club, making him the second most capped player for 2020/21 season. The attacker also captained the team in the CAF champions league 13 of the 15 matches last season.
Amakhosi also extended attacking midfielder, Khama Billiat for two more seasons. The Zimbabwean arrived at Chiefs in 2018 ahead of 2018/19 season. Furthermore, Defender Mpahlele has also received a one-year extension for the next season with a one-year option. The Ga-Mphahlele born player joined the club in 2016, he was appointed captain of the team at the start of the season but struggled with injuries. He will go into his 6th season ahead with Amakhosi.