- Kaizer Chiefs have hinted at the return of Itumeleng Khune
- In a post uploaded to Twitter, they added an image of Khune captioned with #Amakhosi4Life
- The tweet garnered many different reactions from fans
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The Kaizer Chiefs have hinted at the return of their captain and goalkeeper, Itumeleng Khune. In a post on Twitter, @KaizerChiefs uploaded an image of Khune with the hashtag #Amakhosi4Life. The tweet has since gained over 4 000 likes since its upload this morning.
According to kickoff.com, Khune is likely to return to the squad when Amakhosi take on Chippa United at Orlando Stadium on Wednesday, 2 Sepetember. This after an injury update by @KaizerChiefs stating that Daniel Akpeyi suffered a concussion on Sunday against Wits.
Akpeyi is said to be ruled out for the next two matches. @KaizerChiefs confirmed that their medical team will continue monitoring Akpeyi's recovery process. Take a look at their tweet about Khune below:
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The reply section underneath Amakhosi's tweet is full of hilarious memes and GIFs regarding the goalkeeper. Briefly.co.za took a look at what some fans had to say.
"It's simple guys, you win all your remaining games and we're champions."
"Guess who's back."
"I see Khune is here to finish the job..."
Briefly.co.za recently reported on Khune after he decided to take a break from social media. Veteran soccer player, Itumeleng Khune, said he was taking a break from social media to "cleanse" his heart, soul and mind.
Fans were a bit taken aback by this sudden statement as Khune is known for being active on his socials. However, most were concerned about him playing in the previous match against Stellenbosch FC.
The 33-year-old left fans guessing as he did not respond to any of the comments made under his original tweet. The tweet from Khune has gained almost 2 000 likes since it's upload
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