Absa Premiership

Chiefs to make decision on Zim trialist

2016-08-22 08:04
Teenage Hadebe (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs are expected to make a decision on whether to sign Zimbabwe international Teenage Hadebe - the player is coming to the end of his one-week trial stint at the club.

The 19-year-old, who currently plays for Chicken Inn in his home-country, is a tall left-footed centre-back with a bright future in the game predicted.

Hadebe started a week-long trial with Chiefs on Monday (15 August) and it's expected that Chiefs will make a decision on whether to sign him in the coming day or two.

Prominent Zimbabwean football agent, Gibson Mahachi, believes his client has the tools to succeed at Chiefs.

He told The Chronicle: "Hadebe is a good defender with a good body and skill...I'm confident he will do his best and impress the coaches at Chiefs."

The Glamour Boys are currently thought to be potentially looking for a tall centre-back as cover for Eric Mathoho - the 26-year-old picked up a serious ankle injury while on duty for the South Africa under-23 national side at the Rio Olympics.

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