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A former Kaizer Chiefs star, Ntokozo Sikhakhane, has been accused of defrauding a parent of R10 000 by promising to help his son secure a contract with a professional club in South Africa.

Ntokozo Sikhakhane during his playing days at Kaizer Chiefs.

The Allegation Against Sikhakhane

The parent, who wishes to remain anonymous according to Soccer Laduma, claims that Sikhakhane approached him in July 2023 and said he had connections with clubs like Orlando Pirates, Mamelodi Sundowns and SuperSport United.

The parent says he trusted him because he was a former Chiefs player and paid him R10 000 as a deposit for his son’s registration fee.

However, after paying the money, the parent says he never heard from Sikhakhane again and his calls and messages went unanswered.

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The parent says he has reported the matter to the police and wants the former Chiefs player to be arrested and face justice.

Sikhakhane’s Defence

Soccer Laduma also quotes a source close to Sikhakhane who says he is aware of the allegations but denies any wrongdoing.

The source says he is not a fraudster and has helped many young players find opportunities in the game.

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The source says he is willing to cooperate with the police and clear his name.

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