Of the 31 registered players for the 2014/15 season at Chiefs, just Itumeleng Khune and Erick Mathoho remain with Zitha Kwinika making a return most recently, with the rest of the squad moving elsewhere.
Stuart Baxter, who was the coach then made a return to the club but was shown the exit door last season after failing to win a trophy.
For the last seven years, Amakhosi have rifled through local and foreign coaches in their quest to get some silverware. But they all failed, for different reasons and the onus is now on Arthur Zwane to succeed where the others have failed.
Over the years, the Soweto giants came close to winning the CAF Champions League, Premiership title and various Cup competitions including the Nedbank Cup
Kaizer Chiefs have gone on a massive clear-out and signed several new players in an attempt to regain the glory days as they last won a trophy in the 2014/15 season. Soccer Laduma looks at that squad, where are they now?
In the 2022/23 season set to get underway on 6 August, Chiefs will be challenging for four trophies, the league title, Nedbank Cup, MTN8 and the new Carling Knockout Cup, replacing the Telkom Knockout.