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Kaizer Chiefs join race for Clifford Ngobeni

Posted: 26 May 2010 Time: 1:23 pm

Kaizer Chiefs have joined other PSL teams chasing the signature of Ajax Cape Town midfielder Clifford Ngobeni.

Amakhosi interest in Ngobeni became apparent soon after both Orlando Pirates and Bloemfontein Celtic made offers to the Urban Warriors last week to sign the player ahead of next season.

Speaking to KickOff.com, Ajax CEO George Comitis says his club has already taken a final decision to sell the former Under-23 star.

"Everybody is interested in Clifford; Chiefs, Pirates and Celtic are all interested.

"He will definitely be leaving Ajax Cape Town and we will know by Friday which team he will be joining for next season."

Article by: Ernest Fakude

Previous comments on this story...

Anonymous
posted: 01:29 pm
the price tag wil scare them away cz bobby has 4got chiefs account pin number
Anonymous
posted: 01:33 pm
WRONG PICTURE people.
Anonymous
posted: 01:45 pm
Hehehehe, how is his discipline?
DTC until Chips win CAF Champions League
posted: 01:45 pm
I think if Chiefs loses Tinashe Nengomashe (as he and Kaizer Senior has pointed out that he is most likely to go), then Ngobeni can be a perfect replacement.
Anonymous
posted: 01:50 pm
Now that Chiefs is interested in him, you will see Sundowns going for him as well...hehehehe. trust me, it will happen...!
Anonymous
posted: 01:54 pm
Now that Chiefs is interested in him, you will see Sundowns going for him as well...hehehehe. trust me, it will happen...!
Anonymous
posted: 01:59 pm
True Les. He is going to Chloorkop.
Anonymous
posted: 02:03 pm
He wl fit in Chiefs
Phakz
posted: 02:05 pm
The only thing that can give KC hope is if he's free agent.....
Anonymous
posted: 02:10 pm
Les: 2010-05-26 13:50 [ Report ]

Last time I checked, Iwisa kaizer Chips were trend setters, now they are following bugs and celtics....
He he he, if ngobeni wants Iwisa mealies for an award and some nice goodies like Hollard insurance
Anonymous
posted: 02:11 pm
U're right LES sundowns wil also chase ngobeni bcoz chiefs want him. Dat team iz chiefs puppet. shapa khosi shapa
Anonymous
posted: 02:14 pm
The General might b on his way out..this lad wil b a perfect replacment
Anonymous
posted: 02:15 pm
Dat means nthng mani,lets see ,he wl bi an amakhosi plyr!
Anonymous
posted: 02:18 pm
Since well chiefs hav joind the bit 2 sign this boy..gues who wil start chasing 4 hs signature?? U guesd it,its THE CIRCUS TEAM!
Anonymous
posted: 02:18 pm
cliford is a good player bt stil believe sandile zuke is da suitable candidate to replace the general! amakhosi errrday u dig!
Anonymous
posted: 02:18 pm
THANK you for correcting the picture
Anonymous
posted: 02:22 pm
Well said Les.Ja this guy is tried & tested & will fit well in the Shoe Shine & Piano system.Nyandoro has been overworked & its time for him to get enough rest.Trott is busy signing one season wonders while a solution to our midfield is free to come.Maybe he(Trott) wont get some share from this deal thats why is so ignorant.Come on Mr Advisor to the office of the president.The time is now.Sign him...you have the cheque with you...go on man eiish!
Anonymous
posted: 02:33 pm
JUST TO LET YOU KNOW!!

The story of the dynasty

1970 - 1980
By the year 1980, Kaizer Chiefs were 10 years old and had already bagged 19 cups, making their intentions known and commanding the respect they enjoy until this day in the South African football scene.

In the fall of 1981, the Phefeni Glamour Boys continued where they left off, defending the Castle League, BP Top eight and Champion of Champions, finishing the season with four cups as they went on to win the Mainstay Cup.

1980 - 1990
In the decade ending in 1990, Chiefs swept up 30 cups in a period of 10 years, hence being named the cup specialists, a title they have lived up to until this day. Kaizer Chiefs were unstoppable during in this decade, averaging three trophies a season.

1990 - 2000
As the new millennium hit the universe, the team’s trophy cabinet was already overflowing, hitting figures of 53 cups in total over a period of 30 years and showing no signs of slowing down, as 14 cups were collected in that decade alone.

2000 - 2010
Between the years 2000 and 2010, the team collected 19 trophies, taking the total number of cups won by the Phefeni club to 72, which is worth celebrating, especially in such a special year as 2010, where South Africa is hosting the first ever Fifa World Cup to be staged in Africa.

Among the highlights of the new millennium is that in 2002 Kaizer Chiefs were named the African Club of the Year at the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Awards and went on to beat the most successful team in the world, Manchester United, and the richest team in the world, Manchester City, in the same decade, during the Vodacom Challenge pre-season tournament.

DTC until Chips win CAF Champions League
posted: 02:39 pm
Wena STONZA you deserve to be banned from this site because you only provoke people here. You know nothing about soccer. "BUGS & CHIPS" is what is hanging in the meeting of your thin thighs you poop-hole. Sundowns are good at being the rubbish bin of both Chiefs & Pirates e.g. Sbusiso Spencer (isdakwa), Kannemeyer (before joining SSU), Lebo Mokoena, Mdledle, Tso Vilakazi, Brian Mkhulu Baloyi. Motsepe is the one who has got money NOT Sundowns but he has got no football brains. That's why the genious Khoza and the Mighty Kaizer Motaung are milking his money for their rejects. I am sure he will sign Makhanya, Mdluli and Seema from Bucs and Nkambule from Chiefs sooner.
Dave10
posted: 02:47 pm
It's curtains then for Ch!mps, we all know they can not afford!
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