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There are four things expected to happen at Kaizer Chiefs Football Club this upcoming week.

Former Young Africans head coach Nasreddine Nabi.

Four things are expected to happen at Kaizer Chiefs Football Club this upcoming, as the club continues to prepare for next season.

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• KAPPA Meeting The Players

The new club’s new kit sponsor will meet the players for the first team for the first time since taking over Nike.

• New Signings To Be Announced 

New signings will be officially unveiled ahead of pre-season, which starts later in the week.

• Coaching Changes 

Nasreddine Nabi is tipped to take over Arthur Zwane as the club’s head coach.

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But a few issues still need to be ironed before the deal goes through.

• Pre-Season Starts

In a second season running, the club will start their pre-season before any club in the country.

Amakhosi players will start pre-season later this upcoming week.

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Meanwhile, the club is also expected to show few players the exit doors.

Austin Dube, Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana, Njabulo Ngcobo, and Sabelo Radebe face uncertain times at the club and will likely leave this upcoming transfer window.

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