Billiat’s photo of boys’ day out causes stir: “Is this your farewell?”

Billiat’s photo of boys’ day out causes stir: “Is this your farewell?”

- Kaizer Chiefs star player Khama Billiat enjoyed an off day with some of his teammates and shared a snapshot via social media

- The post has gone viral as the photo sparked a huge reaction

- Many have assumed that the festivities formed part of a farewell as Billiat has been strongly linked with a return to Mamelodi Sundowns

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Kaizer Chiefs star player Khama Billiat enjoyed some downtime with the boys, but still couldn’t avoid the scrutiny of football fans.

Billiat shared a photo after he spent time with some of his teammates and it sparked a huge reaction.

The brilliant attacker shared the photo via Twitter on Monday and it quickly went viral as it attracted more than 2 000 likes.

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The Zimbabwean has been the subject of major transfer speculation as he has been continuously linked with a return to Mamelodi Sundowns.

Billiat and Chiefs have strongly denied the rumours, but this has done little to stop the speculation.

Briefly.co.za noted the reaction to Billiat’s post and many fans remain unconvinced.

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VigoDhlomo (@DhlomoV) asked, “Is this ur Farwell lunch Billy? We patiently waiting for Friday.”
SpyBoy (@Mlandzeni1) commented, “I'm waiting for somebody to spot the yellow leaves on the plants and make a link to transfer rumours.”
Ndivhuwo Nekhumbe (@ndivhunekhu89) said, “Sundowns is calling ur name, Come back home Ntwana.”
Leeroy Bogolo Scott (@bogolo_scott) added, “One simple look, this suggests team spirit, but another glance at this you realise that it’s simply a goodbye to amajita.”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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