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Chiefs confirm shock Twala signing

2016-01-14 11:11
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Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed the signing of Chippa United winger William Twala.

According to the club's official Twitter account, Twala is pictured with Chiefs football manager Bobby Motaung and the Chilli Boys chairman Chippa Mpengesi as the deal was done.

"Breaking News! We would like to confirm the signing of winger William Twala on a 2 year deal from Chippa United," said the Tweet.

Last week Sport24 reported that Komphela assured football fanatics that the January transfer window will be a quiet one for the Naturena club.

"I think I regret that I haven't explored all that has been availed, in the sense that there are players who haven't played. We need more time so that everybody goes through the mill," Komphela said.

Meanwhile, Chiefs have a mouth-watering Absa Premiership clash this weekend against old foes, Bloemfontein Celtic, on Sunday.

Kick-off is at 15:30.

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