Cape Town - Former
South Africa international David Kannemeyer is slightly concerned by all that
has transpired at Kaizer Chiefs during the current transfer window.
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Since entering their extended mid-term break, Chiefs have
been left stunned by the unceremonious departure of marksman Kingston Nkhata,
who joined SuperSport United last week.
In addition, speculation that Itumeleng Khune could part
ways with the club has been intensified by news that the club had not arranged
a contract extension with the goalkeeper as yet.
"The situation can be a setback for Chiefs. Losing
their players is not ideal in the middle of the season," Kannemeyer told
South African journalists
While Chiefs enjoy a 15-point lead at the top of the league
standings, there are still many who believe that they can be caught before the
Kannemeyer happens to be one of them, primarily because he
thinks that all the recent developments could have an adverse effect on the
squad as the campaign continues.
"In the middle of the season, these changes can work
against them and allow title chasers like Sundowns to make up ground,"
"Surely they have learnt from their mistakes and
wouldn't want to be embarrassed again by Sundowns. They know what they need to