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Bobby Motaung tells Gaxa: Come to the Chiefs Village if you have a problem!

Kaizer Chiefsfootball manager Bobby Motaung has dismissed claims that several players were not consulted before the club terminated their contracts earlier this week.
Amakhosi released up to nine players on Tuesday while six more players were put on the transfer list. 
It was reported on Thursday that the South African Football Players Union (Safpu) will challenge the club's decision amid reports that some players' contracts were terminated abruptly.
However, Motaung insists Chiefs did nothing wrong.
"No player can say they were not consulted," Motaung told The Sowetan.
"Some players signed settlement agreements, others have termination letters," he added.
Motaung invited Siboniso Gaxa to the Chiefs Village in Naturena to seek clarification regarding his contract. 
The exprienced full-back was reportedly shocked to learn that he no longer had a contract with Chiefs despite the club announcing in October 2015 that he had signed a two-year deal until June 2018.
"If Pa (Gaxa) has a problem, he must come to us at the (Chiefs) Village. We have an open-door policy and we can explain everything. I'm not going to comment on what happened last year," concluded Motaung. 


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