Former Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Brilliant Khuzwayo believes Itumeleng Khune needs to re-evaluate his decision of continuing to play.
Khuzwayo and Khune, teammates at the Glamour Boys between 2012 and 2018, closely worked together in the goalkeeping department.
According to Brilliant Khuzwayo, Khune needs to pass the gloves on to the younger goalkeepers at Naturena!
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“Let’s pass it on to the youngsters now. Let’s give them the chance to shine and see what they can bring to the table.” – Khuzwayo said as quoted by Citizen.
“When was the last time Itumeleng Khune won something with the team? Maybe that’s something we need to look into. That’s when we will find out if he still deserves to be where he is now.”
In other news, Orlando Pirates legend Jomo Sono has heaped praise on Mamelodi Sundowns head coach Rhulani Mokwena.
Mokwena’s side have successfully qualified for yet another CAF Champions League group stage round.
Mokwena’s side are also running away with the DStv Premiership title, after an incredible 100% start to the campaign with eight wins in as many matches.
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“I think the difference with him is [that] he’s passionate about football, he’s passionate about coaching.” the Orlando Pirates icon said as quoted by SABC SPORT.
“He works so hard, I think he works 24 hours that guy, I don’t think he sleeps. I don’t think he’s got a bed, I think his bed is a laptop. He just wants to look at football, new tactics, and blah, blah, blah. You can see the signs of hard work.
“I think at Sundowns they gave him the platform, I think other teams didn’t give him the platform – they didn’t understand, they wanted the success now.”