- Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune says he is ready to face Al Ahly in the eagerly awaited CAF Champions League final this weekend
- Chiefs and Khune are gunning for their first Champions League title and will meet Ahly that is coached by Mzansi’s finest manager, Pitso Mosimane
- ‘Itu’ has shared a snap on social media, saying his eyes are firmly set on the big prize, that is the lucrative trophy
Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune says they are ready to face Al Ahly in the CAF Champions League final. Khune has posted pictures of the team working hard in training ahead of the clash on Saturday night.
The veteran net minder’s post has attracted massive reactions and says his eyes are firmly set on the big prize, the coveted continental trophy. Chiefs are camping in Morocco as the highly-awaited match will be staged at Stade Mohammed V at 9pm.
The post reads:
“Make us proud gents.”
“All the best my brother, you have already made us proud.”
“In God, we trust that it is coming home.”
“All the best the glamour boys!! Amakhosi 4Life.”
“I see Danny Jordan there.”
“All the best Khosi.”
“Anizimisele madoda. Please.”
“Our prayers are with you guys…make us proud.”
“I had a dream about tomorrow’s match, I saw you guys winning.”
“We fully behind you skipa no1.”
Mamelodi Sundowns recently called for the services of Pavol Safranko
Briefly News previously reported that with an eye firmly fixed on defending their DStv Premiership title in the upcoming season, Mamelodi Sundowns have called on the services of Slovakian international striker Pavol Šafranko.
The 26-year-old is among four such newly-signed players who were unveiled by the 2020/21 DStv Premiership champions on Friday afternoon. Šafranko signed from Romanian Liga 1 top-flight side Sepsi OSK Sfântu Gheorghe. Former Golden Arrows left-back Divine Lunga makes it to the ranks of the Chloorkop side along with right-back Grant Kekana of SuperSport United.
The attacking midfielder Neo Maema‚ who made more than 50 appearances for Bloemfontein Celtic, rounds up the group to have switched allegiances ahead of the new season.
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Source: Briefly News