- Veteran Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune has responded to a fan who called him out to say he’s now an old man
- Khune also responded to the Chiefs fan, saying he must perform magic to ensure he remains young and fresh
- The reactions to the Chiefs fan’s remark have prompted Briefly News to head to Khune’s comments section
Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune has challenged a fan to perform their magic to ensure he goes back to his young age. The veteran netminder has shared a picture on his Twitter page, but one fan’s remark has left the keeper on his toes.
@Ipelegeng1010 said the Bafana Bafana shot-stopper is really getting old while also laughing and showing the love and peace gesture.
“You are really getting old Khosi." ‘Itu’ responded to his fan: “You want me to get young?? Perform your magic fam.”
Many of the fans have joined the conversation and many have urged the experienced gloveman to return to his best form because the other keepers are conceding easy goals.
“@IIKHUNE_32_16 Eishh it's just a hard pill to swallow that in few year's time we'll not be having a stopper like you in our goalposts.”
"My all-time Mzansi's number one, Kaizer Chiefs finest.”
"Bruh...No offence to our other keepers, but we really miss the magics you pull in between the post, the matches now need experience.”
"Thanks my captain for always showing dedication and trying to do your best. You have for the longest of times bn one of the best keepers.”
"I can help you get back to the top...DM me..stop any penalty and improve your game by 50 percent..”
Briefly News recently reported that 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.
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