Former Chelsea and Feyenoord star Salomon Kalou was delighted as he and Lucas Radebe were presented with Kaizer Chiefs jerseys in Johannesburg this week.
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Ivorian former attacking wizard Kalou was in town for the qualifying draw for the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations, with the finals to be hosted next year by the Ivory Coast.
Kalou was part of the ASEC squad that lost 2-1 to Chiefs in the third-place play-off at the 1999 Vodacom Challenge, though he did not play in the match, but it was a side that contained the likes of former Mamelodi Sundowns man Siaka Tiene, and ex-Arsenal and Manchester City star Kolo Toure.
“I can’t wait to send this picture of me with the Kaizer Chiefs jersey to Siaka Tiene. He is always telling me about his time at Mamelodi Sundowns, but now I can show him my picture with the Kaizer Chiefs jersey,” Kalou told the Chiefs website, which added that Kalou remembered well the visit to play Chiefs in 1999.