Morgan Gould (33): Injuries were his Achilles heel during his four-year stay. He struggled with pace. Siboniso Gaxa (32): His three-year stay was erratic. He could use experience elsewhere. Siyanda Xulu (24): Failed to live up to expectations since he joined before the start of last season.
Siphelele Mthembu (28): Only two goals to show for the season is not a good return on investment. He won’t be missed.
Ivan Bukenya (24): He was used sparingly during Stuart Baxter’s time but failed to grab the opportunities given to him.
Keegan Ritchie (25): Brought in as a left-back cover but could not dethrone Tsepo Masilela. He has joined SuperSport United.
Levy Mokgothu (26): He wasted his two years at Chiefs as he was never given the chance to showcase his talent. Edward Manqele (28): Did nothing to prove himself, though was never given enough time. Bongani Ndulula (26): ‘Drogba’ flopped. David Zulu (30): A loan move back to Chippa helped to revive him, but he never sparked. Ovidy Karuru (27): The winger featured only five times at the beginning of the season and spent the rest of the time in the stands. Sula Matovu (23): Another who failed dismally, as he never used his pace to good effect during the seven games he featured under Komphela. Reyaad Pieterse (24): Was called on whenever Itumeleng Khune was injured and he did not disappoint. He will be missed.
Reneilwe Letsholonyane (33): It is surprising the club could let Yeye go as he was their best player of late. He still has a lot to offer. His new club, SuperSport, will benefit from having him.
Zitha Macheke (22): A loan move to Chippa United did not improve his chances of making it in the senior Amakhosi team.
Philani Cele (24): He never got to show what he is made of and a move to another club should give him a fresh start.
Chris Matombo (22): His loan move to Chippa United did not yield positive results, as he only featured twice for the Chilli Boys.
Simphiwe Mtsweni (21): He was set to be Masilela’s understudy, but did not really compete for the left-back position.
Shandukani Mulovhedzi (22): The young goalkeeper had no chance of featuring ahead of Khune, Pieterse and Brilliant Khuzwayo, but should have learnt a lot from his seniors.
Andisiwe Mtsila (21): Another youngster who never got to shine on the bigger stage and struggled for game time. At his age, he should go where he can play regularly.