Former Chiefs and Orlando Pirates striker set for shock PSL return

A former striker for the Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs has unexpectedly returned. Since parting ties with AmaZulu back in 202, Siphelele Mthembu of the Motsepe Foundation Championship has been without a club.

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Additionally, ‘Shaka Zulu’ is reportedly close to signing with Pretoria Callies of the Motsepe Foundation Championship, according to the South African.

“Former Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs striker Siphelele Mthembu is training with the Motsepe Foundation Championship side Pretoria Callies.”

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“Amid the fresh uncertainty of Mthembu’s future. This publication has been reliably informed that Callies is currently in talks with the striker as they intend to add him to their squad.”

It was established in 2020 that the man called ‘Shaka Zulu’ was released by Cape Town City early since his contract was set to expire at the end of the 2019/20 season.

The reason behind the early departure of the burly striker from the Mother City club had asked to head back home to KwaZulu-Natal to attend to personal issues, forcing them to amicably part ways.

Cape Town City and Mthembu reached a settlement agreement about the early termination.

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