- Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune shared an awesome throwback video, which showcased a standout performance from his debut season
- The video proved that the veteran goalkeeper was a talent in his youth
- Khune's post got the fans talking, as they started to reminisce about the good old days
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Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune is well on his way to earning legendary status for his heroics for club and country.
The Amakhosi star may have had his ups and downs in recent times, but has been a stalwart over the years.
Khune seems as though he's been around forever, but he actually made his debut in the 2007/ 2008 season.
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Khune shared a throwback video on Friday to highlight some of the special saves made during his maiden campaign.
Even as a youngster, the athletic ability and reading of the game was clear for all to see.
The video can be viewed below.
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Khune invited fans to share their favourite moments from that season.
Loud Patriot (@1000Mouth) said,
"What a save! Save hands."
Nkanyiso Jobe (@nkanyisojobe30) added,
"Oh I remember this save so well that I even remember what you said in the interview.. I Have been a fan for a very long time."
KHALIL (@VusiDywili) said,
"That was the first season I fell in love with Itumeleng Khune mzantsi's number 1."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Khune gave fans a reason to laugh via social media on Thursday.
A social media user used Khune's photo as a meme in response to an earlier post.
Khune took exception to the use of his pic, but it was all in good fun.
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