Kaizer Chiefs Salary List 2022
This is Kaizer Chiefs Salary List 2022 [ Itumeleng Khune is 2nd]: Kaizer Chiefs was founded in January 1970 shortly after the return of Kaizer “Chincha Guluva” Motaung from the United States where he played as a striker for the Atlanta Chiefs of the North American Soccer League (NASL).
He came up with the new name Kaizer Chiefs by combining his own personal name with the name of the Atlanta Chiefs. Others who have played important parts in the establishment and evolution of Kaizer Chiefs includes the late Gilbert Sekgabi, Clarence Mlokoti, China Ngema, Ewert “The Lip” Nene, and Rabelani Jan Mofokeng, who lagged and departed due to job obligations.
Kaizer Chiefs are affectionately referred to as “Amakhosi” by their supporters, which is a Zulu word that means “kings” or “chiefs.” Kaizer Chiefs Village is located in Naturena, six kilometres south of Johannesburg, and serves as the organization’s headquarters.
These are the Kaizer Chiefs Salary List for the year 2022.
20. Siphosakhe Ntiyantiya Salary- R60,000 per month
He was born in Bizana, in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, but relocated to Durban in the mid-2000s, where he played youth football for the local team Barsenal. His talent was spotted by SuperSport United in 2013 and he then transferred to Pretoria before joining Kaizer Chiefs in 2016.
In January 2018, he was promoted to the first team of Kaizer Chiefs after impressing on the reserve squad. On 6 January 2018, he made his first appearance for the club, coming on as a substitute in a 0–0 tie with SuperSport United.
Manager Steve Komphela expressed his delight at the player’s debut “I think he did a good job; he was really calm and intelligent while on the field. In every situation, he chooses the more advantageous option.” While playing with Kaizer Chiefs in his first season as a senior footballer, he made a total of two league appearances.
In August 2019, he agreed to a three-year contract deal with the club, which will keep him at the club until the summer of 2023.
19. Austin Dube Salary : R80,000 Rands per month
Austin Dube is a name that is unfamiliar to a large number of individuals. In the South African Premier Soccer League, he does not have a particularly long and illustrious career.
However, despite his hard work and determination, the 28-year old defender just made it to the Premier Soccer League in 2018 after joining with Witbank Spurs Football Club in the Eastern Cape province.
It was in the same year that he departed the Witbank-based side and joined TS Galaxy. He eventually won the Nedbank Cup with the Ndebele team, being the only player in history to do so against the Kaizer Chiefs.
Dube previously played for Witbank Spurs F.C. before joining TS Galaxy F.C., a Premier Soccer League team based in Mpumalanga.
Austin Dube signed a contract with South African football club Richards Bay F.C. for the 2020/21 season in the National First Division, where he made six appearances and scored one goal.
Dube signed a three-year contract with Kaizer Chiefs on the 20th of July in 2021.
It was a historic moment for Tim Sukazi’s team, as they became the first club in history to win the Nedbank Cup while not competing in the top division. They also competed in the CAF Confederations Cup.
Austin Dube salary at Kaizer Chiefs is estimated to be around R80,000 Rands per month.
18. Kearyn Baccus Salary – R80,000 per month.
Kearyn Baccus is a tenacious player who can be intimidating on the pitch. He is not particularly gifted at scoring goals, but his primary strengths are in assisting and tackling.
As a result, he plays an important role in both scoring goals and ensuring that the opposition has a reduced percentage of ball possession. Because of Kearyn’s ability to read the field and play accordingly, he has been successful.
Kearyn began his professional footballing career as a member of Sydney FC’s youth system, where he developed his footballing abilities. However, after only two years, he relocated to France, where he joined the young team of Le Mans. During his time with the club, he had considerable talent, and as a result, he was invited to trial for Real Sociedad and Mallorca in Spain. In 2012, he decided to leave Le Mans and it appeared that he would be playing for the Siena club in Italy. However, he returned to his hometown to play for the Perth Glory on a short-term contract.
As of 2022, Kearyn Baccus monthly salary at Kaizer Chiefs is about R80 000 per month.
17. Kgaogelo Sekgota Salary : R80,000 Rands per month
Sekgota made his professional debut for Vitória in a 2-0 loss against FC Porto in the Primeira Liga on February 16, 2019.
On January 17, 2020, Sekgota returned to South Africa and joined Bidvest Wits.
Following the lifting of the team’s transfer ban on July 9, 2021, he was revealed as a new Kaizer Chiefs player.
16. Anthony Akumu Salary : R80,000 Rands per month
Anthony’s abilities were refined in the slums where he grew up from a very young age. This is how his nickname came about: he played with balls made of plastic that were not standard in the game. Teddy was given this name in honor of Teddy Sheringham, a Manchester United icon, in recognition of his football talent, which was on par with that of the legend.
As a result, he grabbed the attention of Lacoste coach Dickens Omondi and began playing for the team.
Later on, he became involved with Heidi sport. As a result, he was selected to travel to Norway in 2004 as a member of the MYSA Under 12 team. A Kenyan football team, Gor Mahia (K’Ogalo), recruited him five years later. His time in this country, however, was brief.
His abilities were well acclaimed across the community. Their performance drew the attention of the Danish SuperLiga Club, but the deal did not work out. Despite this, the team had nothing but positive things to say about the player. Anthony joined the Al-Khartoum in June 2014 as a free agent. Teddy then left Sudan for two years to join the Zambian Zesco United, where he remained for the next two years.
Because of his outstanding abilities, he was signed by Kaizer Chiefs without having to go through a trial period in January 2020 for a three-year contract.