Absa Premiership

Chiefs v Gaxa dispute drags on

2016-10-20 12:26
Siboniso Gaxa (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - The contractual dispute involving Kaizer Chiefs and Siboniso Gaxa looks set to drag on, with both parties to meet before the Premier Soccer League's Dispute Resolution Chamber in November.


Gaxa's playing career has been on hold since the end of 2015/16, when the Glamour Boys announced the right-back's contract would not be renewed.

However, that news came as a surprise as in October 2015 Chiefs confirmed that the player had put pen to paper on a new two-year contract - a deal which would seemingly see the former Bafana Bafana international remain at Naturena until at least June 2018.

Consequently, both Chiefs and Gaxa have been at loggerheads, with a resolution yet to be reached. Following several postponements to solve the situation before the DRC, it has now been confirmed that both parties will meet on 7 November.

The 32-year-old is currently training with Bidvest Wits as he looks to maintain his fitness levels, ahead of a likely playing return when a resolution is finally reached.


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