Kaizer Chiefs have announced the deal to sign Lebogang Manyama from Ajax Cape Town has fallen through as he will be moving overseas at the end of the Premier Soccer League season.
Some of the Kaizer Chiefs miscarriage deals at 99.9% advanced stage include;
1. Dumisane Ngobe, played for Kaizer Chiefs only for one game but later joined Orlando Pirates after Witbank Aces agreed to backdoor deal of Pirates and later Chiefs was refunded the transfer money deposited to Witbank Aces.
2. Lesley Manyathela, signed two contracts to join both Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates but later swapped with Arthur Zwane to join Pirates. Manyathela was already training with Chiefs after Peter Rabali agreed for transfer fee, but Dr Irvin Khoza used backdoor to sign Manyathela based on parental agreement after Manyathela mother's agreed terms with Pirates.
3. Lovers Mohlala, official paraded by Kaizer Chiefs wearing Chiefs jersey, but later dumped it to join Mamelodi Sundowns before playing any official game for Chiefs.
4. Peter Ndlovu, Kaizer Chiefs paid his flight ticket to come to South Africa from England but after landed in South Africa, he dumped Chiefs to join Mamelodi Sundowns. He repaid Chiefs flight ticket after non-stop complaints from Chiefs.
5. Shaka Zulu Mthembu, signed two contracts with Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates but choose Pirates ahead of Chiefs. He played in the Charity Cup for Chiefs against Pirates. He preferred Pirates to Chiefs.
6. Siyabonga Sangweni, Kaizer Chiefs and Golden arrows agreed for transfer fee, but Manto Madlala changed her mind in the eleventh hour be selling Sangweni to Orlando Pirates
7. Edward Manqele, Free State stars agreed terms with Kaizer Chiefs, but a lucrative offer from Mamelodi Sundowns changed his mind. Manqele is still regretting his decision of dumping Chiefs for Sundowns.
What other miscarriage deal do you still remember?
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