Kaizer Chiefs defender Edmilson Dove has reportedly extended his contract at Naturena.
The Mozambican defender joined the Glamour Boys at the beginning of last season on a two-year-deal.
The latest reports suggest the former Cape Town City defender has added two more year onto his contract at Naturena.
This means he’ll remain contracted to Kaizer Chiefs until June 2026!
DOVE EXTENDS CONTRACT AT KAIZER CHIEFS?
“As of now, it’s as good as done. Both parties have agreed to the new deal. It’s a two-year deal.” a source told SoccerLaduma.
“I can’t say whether it is an improved one or not but what I know is that he has agreed to that extension. They have been talking.”
Kaizer Chiefs head coach Molefi Ntseki has provided an important update on star man Keagan Dolly.
The Amakhosi midfielder has been sidelined with a knee injury since last season, but there is some good news!
Dolly, who has been out for over four months, has finally returned to training at Naturena.
While he’ll undoubtedly be gradually intergrated back into the starting lineup, Kaizer Chiefs will indeed be pleased that their talisman is back on his feet.
AMAKHOSI STAR RETURNS TO TRAINING!
“The other player who has just started training with the team is Keagan Dolly, he has been out for a very long time.” – Ntseki said as quoted by IdiskiTimes.
YOU’RE DECLARED USELESS BEFORE YOU’RE BORN – AMAKHOSI COACH
“I was the head of technical of the club and reports were presented. And we realised there were certain areas we needed to work on.” Ntseki explained regarding his appointment as Amakhosi head coach.
“There was a lot of noise about other coaches coming to Kaizer Chiefs. The club never said anything about anybody coming to the club.
“I think it was a plan from the club to have somebody from within to continue with the technical team. As for the public and anybody who had questions about me. I have said it that in South Africa you are declared useless before you are even born.
“And I think it’s a process all of us need to understand. When you are carried for nine months there is respect and belief that whoever is going to be born on this earth will have a big contribution to make.”