Dumisani Zuma, a former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder, has become a free agent again after his contract with AmaZulu was not extended. Zuma had previously been released by Kaizer Chiefs and signed as a free agent with AmaZulu. However, AmaZulu has reportedly opted not to extend Zuma’s contract, freeing him to join any team immediately.
Zuma appeared in 21 matches for AmaZulu and scored one goal. The news of his release from the club comes as a shock to the former Bloemfontein Celtic star, who will now have to find a new team to continue his career.
In other football-related news,
Swallows FC chairman David Mogashoa has indicated interest in re-signing Kaizer Chiefs defender Njabulo Ngcobo. Ngcobo has struggled to regain his form at Kaizer Chiefs after previously winning the Defender of the Season award with Swallows. Despite being with the club for two seasons, Ngcobo is yet to adjust to the pressures and expectations that come with playing for a high-profile team like Kaizer Chiefs.
Mogashoa believes Ngcobo’s lack of game time at Kaizer Chiefs has led to his downturn in performance and has offered him the chance to return to Swallows FC. The chairman recognizes that the demands and expectations at Kaizer Chiefs are very different from those at Swallows, but he believes Ngcobo can restore his form.
Overall, these occurrences emphasize the obstacles and uncertainties that professional footballers confront as they navigate their careers, including the possibility of being dismissed from clubs and having to seek new chances elsewhere.