'He will forever remain gold & black': Football fans react to Willard Katsande leaving Kaizer Chiefs

Willard Katsande left the club after his contract expired and was not extended for another season.

2021-07-29 02:13:00 PM

Willard Katsande left the club after his contract expired and was not extended for another season.

Willard Katsande left the club after his contract expired and was not extended for another season.

29 July 2021 - 09:45Willard Katsande is one of the longest-serving members of the current Kaizer Chiefs team, having joined in 2011 from Ajax Cape Town.Image:Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix“Willard Katsande is a Kaizer Chiefs legend. You can’t take away that from him. He served the club.”

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This is one of the remarks from football fans reacting to veteran Katsande leaving Chiefs after a decade.Katsande's contract with the club expired and was not extended for another season.Amakhosi said Katsande was part of a group of seven players that the club parted ways with after they were deemed to not be in coach Stuart Baxter's plans.

“After holding on to all the players at the end of last season due to being unable to sign new players, the club emerged from the sanction by announcing 10 new players who will wear the gold and black colours of Chiefs in the new season.“In order to make way for the new players and ensure that the coach and his technical team prepare adequately, Amakhosi will sadly be parting ways with some players who will not form part of the coach’s plans in the next season,” said the club. headtopics.com

Katsande shared with fans that he was leaving the club with a “heavy heart”.“I am honoured and eternally grateful to the chairman of the club, Kaizer Motaung, for granting me the opportunity to represent this great institution over the past 10 years,” Katsande said in a statement.

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