Kaizer Chiefs hand contract extension to KZN trio

Kaizer Chiefs hand contract extensions to KZN trio

Kaizer Chiefs on Monday confirmed that the club has extended the contracts of attacking midfielder Siphelele Ntshangase, defender Philani Zulu and goalkeeper Brylon Petersen.

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The KwaZulu-Natal born trio have extended their contracts by one year. 

The Soweto club is in the process of appealing a transfer ban that was handed down by Fifa over former player Andriamirado ’Dax’ Andrianarimanana. 

If the appeal is unsuccessful, the Amakhozi could be banned from signing players for the next two transfer windows

The 27-year-old Ntshangase, who joined Kaizer Chiefs in January 2018, has not been a first-team regular.

Nevertheless,  Ntshangase says he is excited by the opportunity to prove himself at Naturena.

“I want to thank everyone involved in seeing that I can still contribute to this immense institution.”

Zulu, who joined Chiefs in July 2017, says he’s happy and grateful for the extension of his contract. 

“All I can do to show gratitude and appreciation by continuing to work to the best of my ability. I want to give back to the club.”

Petersen says he wants an opportunity to improve. 

“It gives me a chance to improve further and compete at one of the best clubs on the continent. I have the opportunity to continue playing for the club. It is an honour to be here.”

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