Kaizer Chiefs’ Reeve Frosler ready for another 3 years at Naturena

Kaizer Chiefs’ Reeve Frosler ready for another 3 years at Naturena

Reeve Frosler, who joined Kaizer Chiefs at the end of the January transfer window in 2019, has extended his Amakhosi stint and will now stay with the club until the end of June 2025 after signing a new contract with the club recently.
Frosler, who joined Kaizer Chiefs in the middle of the 2018/19 season, said of his new contract: “It’s almost precisely three years since I joined the club.” It has been a fantastic three years. I’m pleased to have had my contract renewed and to remain a part of such a large organization.”
The dynamic defender who made his debut for the Glamour Boys in April 2019 in a league game against Black Leopards, is now focused on getting down to business with his contract issues out of the way.
“Things will start getting better and we are hoping to start winning trophies. We’ve got TS Galaxy in the Nedbank Cup, and we have the potential to go all the way. We will take it one game at a time and try and do our best,” said Frosler.
Reeve Frosler is looking to add to the 73 appearances he has made for Amakhosi since joining the club three years ago and he has made the most of the current hiatus during the season break. He believes the break, coupled with Kaizer Chiefs camp in Stellenbosch, will have benefitted the team.
“I enjoyed the mid- season break and being away from Johannesburg.  A lot of guys needed a break. It was a nice break for us and we have come back fresh with a good mindset to kickstart the second half of the season. Hopefully, we continue from where we left off and continue to do well for the rest of the season,” Frosler told the Kaizer Chiefs website.

Reeve Frosler has been keeping an eye on AFCON

The 24-year-old defender has also been keeping an eye on the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament in Cameroon.
While the team he was backing has departed the competition, he has now tipped another team to take the tile.
“My team Morocco is no more involved,” adding that he believes the title will go to a familiar name.
“I think Egypt will go all the way.”

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