Chiefs and City get ready for PSL season

Kaizer Chiefs and Cape Town City are some of the PSL clubs that have regrouped and returned to training to prepare for the coming DStv Premiership season. City and Chiefs players gathered on Thursday and have been undergoing medical and physical tests.

The 2023/24 season is going to be one of the most anticipated campaigns and teams are already beefing up their squads to mount a serious challenge.

Amakhosi are feeling the worst kind of pressure. They have not won an official trophy for eight years. Their fans want nothing but results and trophies this season. The team has released three players in Phathu Nange, Erick Mathoho and Siyabonga Ngezana, who has been sold to a Romanian club.

Amakhosi have acquired the services of Given Msimango and Thatoyaone Ditlhokwe in order to beef up their defence, which was porous last season.

Sundowns are reported to have roped in lethal marksman Everton Macedo Moraes from Brazil, Junior Mendieta and Lesiba Nku. The Brazilians have released Hashim Domingo to Raja Casablanca and Lyle Lakay will remain at the Cape Town City.

Nedbank Cup finalists Sekhukhune United will be playing in the CAF Confederations Cup and they pounced on talented midfielder Jammie Webber, who was on the books of SuperSport United.

Ba Bina Noko also signed goalkeeper Renaldo Leaner from relegated Maritzburg United.

They are also reported to have grabbed Washington Arubi and Kgomotso Mosadi.

Meanwhile, Chiefs have released their new playing kit designed by Italian sports apparel Kappa.

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