Kaizer Chiefs news: Chiefs Liberate Agay – Kaizer Chiefs

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After in the foundation inserting him on the switch checklist, Kaizer Chiefs and Anthony Akumu Agay safe mutually agreed to an early termination of his contract. The contract changed into location to jog out in June 2023.

The Kenyan-born midfielder joined Chiefs in January 2020 from Zesco United in Zambia and netted twice in his 47 appearances in all competitions for Amakhosi.

We wish ‘Teddy’ your total handiest in his future.

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