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Chiefs to make decision on Zim trialist

22/08/2016 00:00:00
by Agencies
 
Zimbabwe international ... Teenage Hadebe
 
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CAPE Town: Kaizer Chiefs are expected to make a decision on whether to sign Zimbabwe international Teenage Hadebe - the player is coming to the end of his one-week trial stint at the club.

The 19-year-old, who currently plays for Chicken Inn in his home-country, is a tall left-footed centre-back with a bright future in the game predicted.

Hadebe started a week-long trial with Chiefs on Monday (15 August) and it's expected that Chiefs will make a decision on whether to sign him in the coming day or two.

Prominent Zimbabwean football agent, Gibson Mahachi, believes his client has the tools to succeed at Chiefs.

He told a Zimbabwean daily: "Hadebe is a good defender with a good body and skill...I'm confident he will do his best and impress the coaches at Chiefs."

The Glamour Boys are currently thought to be potentially looking for a tall centre-back as cover for Eric Mathoho - the 26-year-old picked up a serious ankle injury while on duty for the South Africa under-23 national side at the Rio Olympics. 

 



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