Brylon Petersen bids farewell to Chiefs


Brylon Petersen has written an emotional letter following his departure from Kaizer Chiefs after six years.

The 25-year-old goalie wrote the letter to Amakhosi expressing his gratitude for the time he spent at the Soweto giants on his official Instagram account.

Petersen recently part ways with the Glamour Boys, having joined the side from Maritzburg United.

The future of the shot-stopper remains to be seen where he will be heading as he is without a club after his release from the 2020/21 Caf Champions League runners-up.

The goal minder is also committed to his studies and recently graduated with a BSc Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Wits University.


Thank you to the Chairman, Mr. Kaizer Motaung, and the Kaizer Chiefs family at large for giving me the opportunity to lay a strong foundation for my future, for giving me the opportunity to improve the quality of my family’s life but most importantly, for giving me a platform to INSPIRE. 

I am privileged to have spent 6 years with this quality institution. To everyone I encountered at The Village, I thank you for treating me with respect. I can only hope I’ve impacted your life in a positive way. 

Thank you to the technical team and my teammates for embracing me and for guiding me through challenges. I’ve observed, I’ve learned and now it’s time to apply! We’ve created unbreakable bonds, and I know in all of you I have brothers and sisters for life. 

This isn’t a goodbye, it’s a till we meet again. Kaizer Chiefs will forever be in my heart – Amakhosi For Life.

Thank you.

BY FARPost Reporter