Absa Premiership

Khune, Tefu chase bigger salaries

2015-06-03 09:21
Tefu Mashamaite (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Former Kaizer Chiefs striker, Pollen ‘Trompies’ Ndlanya feels the trio of Tefu Mashamaite, Itumeleng Khune and Mandla Masango left Amakhosi in pursuit of bigger salaries.

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“I think them moving from Chiefs is for business purposes because football is a short career,” Ndlanya told Sports24.

“Nothing would have stood in their way. It’s clear they had made up their mind about leaving in search of greener pastures.”

Trompies said this is part and parcel of the game and life should go on for Chiefs.

“Chiefs have lost big players before and I’m sure they will cope, though it is not going to be easy,” said the striker.

“This happens all the time in football and they should try and get good replacement for these players,” he said.


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