DStv Premiership giants, Kaizer Chiefs have announced the departure of one of their long-lasting defenders, Erick Mathoho.

The former Bafana Bafana, 33, has made 259 appearances in 11 years, scoring 26 goals. He has accumulated four official trophies during his decade-long stay with the Glamour Boys.

Mathoho has been linked to a move to Sekhukhune United, TS Galaxy and SuperSport United among others DStv Premiership clubs. He will be a free agent and be searching for a new home before the 2023/2024 season commences.

Kaizer Chiefs part ways with Erick Mathoho 


As it was reported in the media that Mathoho will also be leaving the Chiefs at the end of the season. Amakhosi have decided to end their relationship with the veteran defender.

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“One of Kaizer Chiefs’ longest-serving players, Mulomowandau Erick Mathoho will sadly leave the Club as we conclude the 2022/23 DStv Premiership season,” reads the club’s statement.

“Mathoho, who is now 33, joined Chiefs in July 2012 as a 22-year-old from Bloemfontein Celtic, where he spent three seasons.

“We wish ‘Tower’ well in the future. Vha tshimbile zwavhudi vhoMathoho.”

By Clifton Mabasa