Play­ers who should trans­fer

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Po­si­tion: With Wits fight­ing for league hon­ours and a place in the CAF Con­fed­er­a­tion Cup, it is hard to see how the young­ster will get game time. The son of the late great striker Keryn Jor­dan, he was touted as an ex­cit­ing prospect but is yet to taste ac­tion this sea­son – and prospects don’t look good as Gavin Hunt is go­ing for ex­pe­ri­ence

The Jan­uary trans­fer win­dow presents an ideal op­por­tu­nity for play­ers to find teams where they can en­joy more game time and make a big­ger im­pact. Will they stay or will they go? Bon­gani Ndu­l­ula (Kaizer Chiefs)

Po­si­tion: Striker If there is one player who needs to change clubs, it’s ‘Drogba’. He has failed to crack it at Chiefs. To be fair, he was never given a chance to

prove him­self and needs to go else­where to re­vive his ca­reer. It’s un­likely he will get the nod ahead of the pre­ferred Ed­ward Man­qele, Camal­dine Abraw and Bernard Parker. There’s also Siphelele Mthembu

wait­ing in the wings

Po­si­tion: Mok­gothu moved from be­ing a reg­u­lar at Moroka Swal­lows to not even mak­ing the bench at Chiefs – a promis­ing ca­reer gone awry. He could not push for­mer Bafana left back Tsepo Masilela to the bench. Chiefs have since re­united with full­back Kee­gan Ritchie, driv­ing Mok­gothu fur­ther down the peck­ing or­der. He fin­ished the sea­son with­out play­ing a game and the re­turn from in­jury of util­ity

de­fender Daniel Car­doso could dash his hopes al­to­gether

De­fender

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