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Karuru given chance to impress Steve Khompela

during the Multichoice Diski Challenge 2014/15 game between Ajax Cape Town and Kaizer Chiefs at Ikamva, Cape Town on 4 October 2014 ©Ryan Wilkisky/BackpagePix

Zimbabwean midfielder Ovidy Karuru has survived the chop at South African giants Kaizer Chiefs. Karuru was among players that were supposed to go on loan for the 2015/16 campaign but the former Gunners midfielder looks set to stay at Amakhosi.

A source at the club told Soccer Laduma the technical team has asked management to keep Karuru as well as two other players that were supposed to go on loan.

“You see these players were put on loan before coach Steve came in and when he took the job he asked the management to give every player a fair chance to prove themselves and some have done well, like Karuru.

“He (Karuru) has already been registered for the current season. The other two are also still being monitored by the technical team and I think they will make a decision before the registration window period closes. But for now they are not going anywhere,” the source said.

Amakhosi is currently busy preparing for Saturday’s encounter with Free State Stars.

 

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