- A number of Kaizer Chiefs fans have voiced their wishes regarding goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune, who has been missing games
- Khune has been sidelined at Chiefs in recent times butfans have taken to social media to say they want him back on the field
- Chiefs are set to face Golden Arrows in their penultimate DStv Premiership match on Wednesday and Khune could be back for that
- Briefly News looks at the comments from the video posted by @AkhileKid2, saying he wants to see the Chiefs skipper, Khune, between the goalposts
Kaizer Chiefs fans are calling for the return of veteran goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune and they have joined one supporter on social media to make it known. Khune has been a notable absentee at Amakhosi as they struggle to return to winning ways in their DStv Premiership campaign.
After parting company with coach Gavin Hunt last week, Chiefs are set to welcome Golden Arrows in the league on Wednesday afternoon. However, it remains unclear if the Bafana Bafana shot-stopper will be available to start between the goalposts at FNB Stadium.
@AkhileKid2 posted a short video clip of Itu facing Abafana Bes’thende and he is seen showing off his skills as he clears the ball.
Reads the post:
“Our captain, can't wait to see you back with your arm belt.”
The Glamour Boys still back Khune
@Kevin Malesela said:
“Goalkeeper that can utilise both his left and right legs.”
“I still want to see you score a goal before you hang up your gloves...”
“Captain we miss you these days. Please reclaim this form mfana wam. You need to hang your gloves on a high note when that time comes, please.”
“You should've killed the second one there, his eyes were closed.”
“Mzansi's number one goalkeeper.”
“Yhooo uKhune is always number one. Welcome back to your place man. Wear your captain’s armband today.”
The arrival of Ntseki
Seale spoke to Briefly News on Tuesday and said he doesn’t regret seeing the seasoned manager at Naturena because he will bring a wealth of experience. Ntseki has been hired at the back of Hunt’s axing but he joins Amakhosi as a technical advisor and head of youth development.
However, his appointment has fuelled rumours that Chiefs are looking to bring former manager Stuart Baxter back to succeed Hunt. Ntseki previously served at SAFA House under Baxter as his right-hand-man but it remains to be seen if the English tactician will make his return to the Soweto giants.
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