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No Kaizer Chiefs avid gamers at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, right here is why…

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Kaizer Chiefs will NOT have any avid gamers at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, and that’s attributable to Nigeria failed to qualify for the finals.

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Daniel Akpeyi used to be the handiest Amakhosi participant who had the likelihood to head to Qatar with the Spruce Eagles of Nigeria.

On the opposite hand, Nigeria couldn’t fetch a settle on against Ghana in Tuesday’s match which used to be the return and closing leg of the playoffs between the two countries.

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Nigeria wanted a straight settle on or at the least a goalless blueprint to do away with the game to beyond habitual time and per chance to penalties, but all they would possibly perhaps maybe obtain the money for used to be a 1-1 blueprint.

Consequently, that saw them fail to qualify as Ghana developed on the away-blueprint rule, and Akpeyi’s dream of a 2d successive FIFA World Cup look used to be dashed.

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KAIZER CHIEFS WON’T BE REPRESENTED AT THE 2022 FIFA WORLD CUP FINALS

In 2018, Akpeyi used to be the handiest PSL participant at the FIFA World Cup in Russia with the Spruce Eagles while he used to be additionally the handiest Chiefs participant at the 2021 Africa Cup of Worldwide locations (AFCON) in Cameroon.

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Nevertheless with Nigeria no longer going to Qatar, Chiefs, at the least at this stage, will no longer have any of their avid gamers at the global showpiece.

Nonetheless, the handiest consolation for PSL is that Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Richard Ofori shall be at the World Cup finals with Ghana.

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