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Felix wants PSL move Pay up, Chiefs told

The Citizen (KZN) - - LOCAL NEWS -

Swazi star Felix Baden­horst (right) is still look­ing for a move to the Premier Soc­cer League in Jan­uary, a Phakaaathi Plus source has said. Baden­horst was last year re­ported to be on his way to Kaizer Chiefs but the move failed and he ended up go­ing to AS Vita in Demo­cratic Repub­lic of Congo. But his stay there was short-lived. “He was un­happy be­cause of the treat­ment. He said it was made known to him that he was a for­eigner and no one liked him. He has come back to Mba­bane Swal­lows but there are still is­sues be­tween the two clubs. He wants Vita to loan him to a PSL team so he can prove his po­ten­tial on a big­ger stage,” said the source.

Mar­itzburg Unitedare said to be seek­ing com­pen­sa­tion from Kaizer Chiefs for the work they did on de­vel­op­ing Wise­man Meyiwa (right), whose age has been un­der the spot­light lately. Me­dia re­ports have claimed that Meyiwa was pre­vi­ously known as Wise­man Moshoeshoe and played for Mar­itzburg’s devel­op­ment academy. “I have heard Mar­itzburg are now con­tem­plat­ing writ­ing to Chiefs to ask for com­pen­sa­tion. They claim to have de­vel­oped the player for four years. If that is true then it puts the player’s age in ques­tion be­cause he can’t pos­si­bly be 17, if he was at United for that long be­fore go­ing to Chiefs,” said a source.

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