Kaizer Chiefs legend Willard Katsande sees the timing as right for him “child“ Khama Billiat and Amakusi end their five-year marriage.
“Khama is my son and my son is a good boy. Obviously they are [Billiat and Chiefs] did not“I can’t reach an agreement on a new contract. I know both sides and understand both sides. For the team, it is“It’s a matter of trying to move in a direction where they prioritize younger players and for Billiat, it is“He’s trying to take care of himself because he now only has a few years left [before retiring]And“ Katsande told Sowetan.
“I feel both sides had a good trip and obviously each trip will reach its destination. So, I think this is the ultimate destination for both sides. I wish both sides all the best going forward. He. She“It was a good trip for Khama to be there for five years and the club has been looking after him all those years.“
Last week, Chiefs raised eyebrows when they revealed Billiat had not been paying attention to the club“new offer after his contract expired at the end of last month, adding that they had not heard from him since June 29 when he was at Naturena as “He did not answer any of the calls or messages sent to him from the club“.
This publication reported two weeks ago that the bosses wanted to downsize Billiat“His salary is“Not keen on getting a discounted package, hoping to get a team“D – match his expectations of wages in North Africa or Saudi Arabia.
Season 2015/2016“He was awarded the PSL Player of the Season award and has scored 24 goals and 29 assists from 126 appearances in a Glamor Boys shirt since arriving from Mamelodi Sundowns in the winter of 2018. While he“I will go down as one of the best players in PSL history, Billiat did“He lived up to expectations in Amakhosi, failing to inspire the club to even one piece of silverware.