Zimbabwean star Khama Billiat has reportedly made a decision on his future with Kaizer Chiefs. The 28-year-old attacker is believed to have turned down multi-million rand offers from African giants like Raja Casablanca and Zamalek, as well as from Angolan side Petro de Luanda.
Take the Money, Ndoro Tells Billiat
New Zimbabwe, 24 July 2019
Former Warriors striker Tendai Ndoro has advised his compatriot Khama Billiat to prioritise money and the wellbeing of his family amid massive interest for the Kaizer Chiefs… Read more »
Moroccan Giants Raja Casablanca Eye Khama Billiat
New Zimbabwe, 10 July 2019
Zimbabwe international forward and Kaizer Chiefs star Khama Billiat has reportedly emerged as a major target for Moroccan football giants Raja Casablanca. Read more »
It's a Pity, a Talent Like Billiat Is Going Home Early
The Herald, 2 July 2019
THE tragedy about how it ended -- in a blaze of chaos and humiliation -- is that very few will remember how it started, amid a ray of promise and Khama Billiat's brilliance at this… Read more »
Following an impressive start to his Chiefs career at the beginning of the season, Zimbabwean Khama Billiat has been subjected to criticism lately, with some Amakhosi fans saying ... Read more »
Both 28-year-olds, Knowledge Musona and Khama Billiat's incredibly accurate passing and ability to cause havoc on the football pitch has led to the two forwards scoring nine goals ... Read more »
Kaizer Chiefs have become a favourite home for Zimbabwean footballers, with a number of them playing for the club in recent years. Today, all the focus is on Khama Billiat, the ... Read more »
Kaizer Chiefs have announced the signing of Khama Billiat, Letlhogonolo Mirwa and Andriamirado Andrianarimanana. Zimbabwean playmaker Billiat joined the club from Mamelodi Sundowns ... Read more »
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