- Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune has praised his teammate Willard Katsande’s looks on social media
- Chiefs players, Khune and Katsande, seem to be close friends at Naturena and the social media post is testimony to that
- Khune and Katsande have both been starved of regular football at Chiefs and their futures at Amakhosi remain a subject of speculation
Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune has praised his teammate in the form of Willard Katsande, whose looks suggest he is a fashion model. Khune took to Twitter to send a message of support to the Zimbabwean international and the tweet has attracted a huge number of reactions.
Katsande and the Bafana Bafana goalkeeper are two of the longest-serving players at Naturena and it seems the duo is still tight when it comes to unity and friendship off the field of play.
“Bese kuthiwa Chiefs ingawina ke besenza nje oKatsande.”
“You started this last season during lockdown, we lost the league, can we wait a bit just for us to have a star then you can be all over the camera my captain.”
“Ever since Katsande started this fashion thing. He never took his football career serious.”
“Thixo wam, ni ready for the semis?”
“Boss y mboka kitoko makasi... looking good.”
“Tell him to stop and focus on finding a new team.”
“@IIKHUNE_32_16 ao bafethu we need only one point on Wednesday guys please.”
“Cappy puppy... what's puppy?”
In other stories on Khune, Briefly News reported that the Bafana stopper had reached a milestone for the Soweto giants and he is still counting.
Khune is one of the club's longest-serving players and has recently made it in the 350 Club when you look at his appearances for the Glamour Boys. As he was in goal when they recently succumbed to a 1-0 defeat at the hands of relegation-threatened Chippa United, ‘Itu’ took to Twitter to brag about his latest record.
Dubbed as one of the finest goalkeeping products, the North West-born shot-stopper is still seen as an asset for Chiefs despite having a season of mixed fortunes.
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