Kaizer Chiefs’ ‘worst nightmare’ set to leave Stellenbosch

A Kaizer Chiefs slayer who is currently on the books of Stellenbosch FC is reportedly on the move when the January transfer window opens

According to the local publication, The South African, Judas Moseamedi is on his way out at Stellenbosch after finalizing his departure from the club.

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Moseamedi joined Stellenbosch at the start of last season from Maritzburg United, and he was mostly used as a ‘super-sub’.

It is unclear at this stage what the reasons are behind Moseamedi’s imminent departure from Stellenbosch, but it may not be long before the 28-year-old finds a new team.

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Though he has never been a prolific forward and never reached double figures on the scoring charts in a single season, he is known to be forceful and effective in harassing defenders.

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Moseamedi has been known to terrorize Kaizer Chiefs whenever he plays against them, or any team in the PSL. Overall, Moseamedi has played against the Chiefs 18 times in his career, scoring six goals in seven wins, seven losses, and four draws.

Richards Bay is believed to be interested alongside former club Maritzburg United who will need to first offload unwanted attacking players to make room for Moseamedi.

There has been consideration of a surprise move to a club in Gauteng but that is hanging in the balance.

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