Siboniso Gaxa is set for a return to the PSL’s Dispute Resolution Chamber as the controversy surrounding the player’s Kazier Chiefs contract persists.
The former Bafana Bafana defender will return to the chamber on August 18 as he attempts to acquire compensation following his release by the club, despite allegedly having two years remaining on his deal with the Amakhosi.
‘I can’t give much except to confirm that we are going back to the DRC on August 18,’ Gaxa’s agent Glyn Binkin told KickOff.
Meanwhile, the agent has also confirmed that Morgan Gould has been training with SuperSport United following his own recent departure from the Glamour Boys.
‘We will see over the next few days what the way forward is with Morgan,’ Binkin said.
‘He continues to train and keep fit with SuperSport United and we are grateful for the opportunity they have given to him, especially as a former player and captain,’ the agent added.
Gaxa and Gould both enjoyed successful stints at Chiefs as the pair both spent four years at the club having joined in 2012.
Gaxa made 123 appearances for Chiefs whereas Gould represented the Amakhosi on 66 occasions.