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Stellenbosch Football Club central defensive middlefielder Sibongiseni Mthethwa is still waiting for Kaizer Chiefs to contact him for a proposal to sign him.

Stellenbosch Football Club central defensive middlefielder Sibongiseni Mthethwa.

According to Goal SA journalist Austin Ditlhobolo, the Stellies middlefielder is waiting for Amakhosi to contact him.

The former Black Leopards star had brilliant season in the heart of  the middlefield for the Cape Town based club.

He played 34 games in all competitions, registering a single assist with no goals.

However, the 28-year-old is second to none in breaking the opposition’s play this past season.

He second to only Mamelodi Sundowns’ Tebogo Mokoena when it comes to defensive play in the middle of the park.

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He is among Stellenbosch players who will leave the club before the start of the upcoming season.

While the Naturena based club is undergoing a second squad overhaul in two seasons.

With a few players like Cole Alexander, Phathutshedzo Nange, and Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana expected to leave the club, new arrivals are also expected to arrive.

The club has already signed Thatayaone Ditlhokwe and Mduduzi Mdantshane, and more players are expected to arrive as well.

While club head coach, Arthur Zwane is facing an uncertain future after a poor first season.

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