Veteran goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene has been lauded for maturing like wine as he continues to prove his reliability in competing with Denis Onyango at Mamelodi Sundowns. Mweene is now amongst only a handful of players in domestic football to surpass 350 games and though he hasn’t been a regular for several years now at Sundowns he has always been able to stand up when called for duty.
Former keeper Aime Kitenge believe Khune needs to switch to a club where he would play more. “Khune is at the right age for a keeper to play and I don’t think he is ready to be a goalkeeper coach,” said Kitenge, as quoted.
Incredible goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune has been prompted not to consider resigning regardless of the hardships the difficulties that he has confronted this season at Kaizer Chiefs. Khune has just played once this season - which was the MTN8 opener against Mamelodi Sundowns in August last year - and has just sat two times on the seat from that point forward.
Ronwen Williams should go and join Chiefs or Pirates Former goalkeeper Aime Kitenge believes Bafana Bafana shot-stopper Ronwen Williams overstayed his time at SuperSport United and needs to move to further his career. "What is he still doing at SuperSport United? I mean what is there for him to stay for at SuperSport?"
Khune has only played once this season, against Mamelodi Sundowns in the MTN8 opening in August last year, and has only sat on the bench twice since then. With only one game remaining in the season, this could be his worst season in the PSL's 15-year history.
(Source: kickoff.com) When millions of people watch football, even though it's for enjoyment, but others take it seriously as their lives belong on it. At times players may pull of poor performances, which is human but they cannot repeat it every game.
Khune played for Chiefs in a MTN8 conflict against Mamelodi Sundowns, yet nearly non-existent game-time for most of the time has prompted inquiries concerning his future at Amakhosi. As indicated by a new report on Soccer Laduma, the 34-year-old Khune, who was given a two-year manage a choice to broaden last season, might actually work at the club post-retirement.
Aime Kitenge, a former goalkeeper, says Ronwen Williams of Bafana Bafana has overstayed his welcome at SuperSport United and has to move on to advance his career. Williams, who turned 30 on Friday, is still on SuperSport's books, where he is guaranteed a spot in goal as captain and made history last year by being the first goalie in domestic football to play 100 games in a straight.
Ronwen Williams has been a good goalkeeper for Supersport United for a long time now. The player has now turned 30 years old. Despite being good he has not won as many trophies players at the top like him should have. The goalkeeper over the years has been linked with a move to Orlando Pirates, Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns.
Orlando Pirates No.1 goalie Richard Ofori suit to face Tshakuma United Former Orlando Pirates shot stopper Aime Kitenge says Ghanaian worldwide Richard Ofori is too feeble to be a goalkeeper. Ofori induced errors on Saturday as Pirates were overwhelmed 2-1 by Moroka Swallows in the MTN8 sector finals game and Kitenge insists Ofori has no command in his region.