- South African football fans are reacting positively to Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune’s beautiful snap of him in action
- Khune is set to be key for Chiefs in the CAF Champions League final as they travel to Morocco to face Al Ahly on Saturday night
- The Amakhosi netminder has been reminded by the supporters that the mission is to topple the Red Devils and bag the lucrative trophy
Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune suggests he is ready for the CAF Champions League match against Al Ahly this coming weekend. The Amakhosi keeper has shared a snap of himself busy in training.
The club’s number one netminder will be key for the Soweto giants as they are set to leave the country en route to Morocco for the big match. Although Khune has been sidelined over the past two matches against Wydad Casablanca in the semi-finals, his presence is still massive for the Naturena-based outfit.
The post reads:
"You have to cool down your emotions when you play! You lost your number one spot because you played with emotions and lost being a goalkeeper. Wish you all the best bro this coming season as it'll challenge you more than ever.”
“You were consistent in giving our opponents passes so that they score.”
“You are amazing brother keep your eyes on the prize....”
“Hope you decided that it’s time to fight for your position in the team....”
“I still believe in you, that you going to make us proud on the 17th of July.”
“Let’s be honest this is the best picture n big up to the photographer everything is on point.”
“Always behind you Mzansi number one.”
“Make sure that you come back with the star.”
“Inspirational right there.”
Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune shares sweet message to Reneilwe Letsholonyane
Looking at football stories, Briefly News reported that Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune has joined many South African legends in paying tribute to retired midfielder Reneilwe Letsholonyane. Yeye recently dropped a bomb to announce that he is hanging up his boots and the Amakhosi skipper has also celebrated the living legend.
Itu says the former Bafana Bafana midfielder is a football God and says he wishes him a happy retirement.
The Bafana keeper’s post follows that of AmaZulu midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala who also sent a sweet message to his friend and business partner.
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Source: Briefly News