Zuma pens heartfelt Chiefs farewell

Premiership

Dumisani Zuma has penned a heartfelt farewell to Kaizer Chiefs after parting ways with the club earlier this month.

Zuma's five-year affiliation with Chiefs was brought to an abrupt end earlier this month after the club prematurely terminated the midfielder's contract due to disciplinary-related concerns.

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The 27-year-old was soon snapped up by fellow DStv Premiership side AmaZulu following his release and has now penned a heartfelt farewell to his former employers.

"I would like to extend my warmest gratitude for the love and the unwavering support I have received over the years since joining Kaizer Chiefs," Zuma said in a statement released by his agents, QT Sports, on Tuesday.

"To the KCFC management, technical team, players and the fans at large, thank you for awarding me the opportunity to play for such a prestigious club.

"You have instilled in me the confidence o showcase my talents in front of millions of South Africans and Africans who love the beautiful game.

"The experience I have gained and all the lessons I've learnt are thanks to your criticism, which has undoubtedly contributed immensely to my growth.

"I look forward to my next journey as I take the learnings for the past five years into the future with me. AmaKhosi for life." 

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