Revitalised Kaizer Chiefs Goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune Hits Back at His Haters via Rapper eMTee

Revitalised Kaizer Chiefs Goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune Hits Back at His Haters via Rapper eMTee

  • Life seems to be going swimmingly for Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune at the moment
  • He is experiencing something of a career revival following his reinstatement into the Amakhosi starting lineup
  • The 35-year-old Khune sent a not-too-subtle dig at those who had read the last rites on his career-long stay at the club

Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune is back on the up.

The 35-year-old Bafana Bafana goalkeeper has found himself back in the starting lineup at Naturena after a season out in the wilderness. He was the hero in the team's penalty shoot-out victory over Stellenbosch FC in the MTN 8 quarterfinal two weekends ago.

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Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune has summoned rapper eMTee's energy. Image source: @IIKHUNE_32_16 and YouTube screenshot.
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With an extra spring in his step, The Citizen reported that Khune posted eMTee's song 'We Up' clearly but subtly aimed towards those who believed the end of the road had been reached in his time at the club.

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The lyrics read:

“Uyakhumbula mngani wami (do you remember my friend). Be’sthathela phansi (when they looked down upon us).
“Manje basidlel’umona (now they are filled with jealousy), basidlel’umona… cause we up.”
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Khune has been the subject of much debate, with some former players and respected figures saying that he deserved another go at the club, while others suggested he leave it or hang up his gloves.

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The Kaizer Chiefs No.1 is said to be giving Manuel Neuer and Ederson a run for their money when it comes to distribution. SPORTbible reports that Khune, who has already made 91 appearances for South Africa’s national football team, had joined Chiefs when he was 12 years old, but it was a tough start to life with the outfit.

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He was said to have failed trials twice, having attempted to play as a striker and a defender, but he was signed as soon as he switched his position to the goalkeeper.

Source: Sports Brief News