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Ndulula requested Chiefs exit - Sukazi

2016-06-10 11:14
Bongani Ndulula and Bobby Motaung (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Bongani Ndulula requested that Kaizer Chiefs place him on the transfer list, his agent Tim Sukazi has confirmed.

The 26-year-old striker had a difficult time at Amakhosi last season, making only five appearances as a substitute and none in the starting line-up.

In line with team restructuring process, Chiefs released 20 players from their books last week.

After it became apparent that Ndulula was not part of coach Steve Komphela future plans, Sukazi believes an exit was best for his client.

"We saw this situation way in advance and as a proactive organisation, we started engaging with Chiefs to find an exit for him from the club," Sukazi told KickOff.

"His situation there was not good for him, so we are happy that Chiefs have agreed to put him on the transfer list.

"It is now about engaging with other clubs, which we are doing, to find him an opportunity elsewhere."

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