Ovidy Karuru faces Kaizer Chiefs exit

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FORMER Warriors midfielder Ovidy Karuru is facing the axe from South African Absa Premiership champions Kaizer Chiefs after failing to start a single game this season.
Karuru joined the Glamour Boys in 2014 after stints in France and Belgium, but has failed to live up to expectations at the South African club.
Together with Ugandan international Ivan Bukenya, the pair has been singled out for the exit door this transfer window and have already been advised by both the technical team and management to seek new teams before the transfer window closes.
Chiefs, according to reports, could also terminate the players’ contracts as early as next week to make way for new signings.
Karuru, who made his name at Masvingo United and Gunners before moving to Europe, has failed to nail down a place in the Chiefs team and has also lost his place in the Zimbabwe national soccer team due to lack of game time.
But he is not the only one struggling though.
Former Dynamos star and Soccer Star of the Year Denver Mukamba has played for three clubs in three seasons in South Africa since his highly publicized move to South Africa.
He moved to Bidvest Wits who shipped him off to Pretoria University who were also not convinced and was loaned to struggling to Jomo Cosmos.
Also out of the picture is former Highlanders striker Thomas Chideu, who is yet to start a match at Ajax Cape Town since his move in the last transfer window, although he is featuring in their Multichoice Diski Challenge side.
He is 19 and signed a five-year deal and is seen as potential future star at Ajax.