- Kaizer Chiefs player Willard Katsande has posted yet another hilarious video on social media
- Tweeps have urged Amakhosi captain Itumeleng Khune to tell Katsande to focus on football now that the PSL is about to continue
- One tweep said the dance that the midfielder is doing on the latest vid is called "Kitaza Jive"
Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Willard Katsande has been trending on social media after posting yet another hilarious video of himself dressed to the nines and dancing.
In the latest video, the star can be seen dancing a hilarious dance move in the middle of a deserted road. Katsande's captain at Amakhosi Itumeleng Khune and other social media users have reacted to the player's post.
Reacting to the video shared by the Premier Soccer League (PSL), Khune commented with three dancing man emojis.
Other tweeps, who seem to be Kaizer Chiefs supporters, begged Khune to ask Katsande to focus on football now. They want to win the league title this season.
"Captain please tell @WillardKatsande to forget about dressing up and taking videos, we need him to focus more on serious matters like winning the league."
"Katsande should forget about dancing and focus on the remainder of the league, otherwise sizodliwa (we will lose)."
"Please dance like this when we win the league!!"
"That's a "Kitaza Jive". I heard about it."
This is not the first time that 'Salt & Vinegar' has showed off his dance moves. Briefly.co.za reported on when Katsande shared another video that went viral.
In other news related to the PSL, PSL chairman Irvin Khoza has announced during a press briefing that the PSL will resume in August, with the Nedbank Cup semi-final the first games to be played.
He made the announcement on Monday and gave 8 August as the date when the PSL would resume.
The kick-off times and venues will be announced in the future but what is known is that Bidvest Wits will host Mamelodi Sundowns and Baroka FC and Bloemfontein Celtic will play each other in the Nedbank Cup semi-finals.
In order to meet the September end date, games will be held every three days to make up for lost time due to the lockdown. There are six Absa Premiership games still to be played and some teams have as many as nine league games still to play.
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