"Remember the name" Itumeleng Khune tells his fans to remember Mshini Ngcobo.
By PennyM | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 798 views
Itumeleng Khune is one of the greatest goalkeepers in the country. The Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana Bafana goalkeeper has made his mark in the South African football. He is well respected by both his teammates and colleagues. He has been having a rough time lately, we hope that changes.
Nkosingiphile Ngcobo also known as "Mshini" is a South African football player. Currently playing for one of the biggest Premier Soccer League in South Africa. He is one the youngest players in the PSL. He was recently awarded man of the match in their last game.
As a veteran in the sport, Khune took time to acknowledge Mshini's football skills. "He’s a lot 🌶 🔥 @mshini_ngcobo37 #RememberTheName ✌🏼🙏🏼". The young man thanked him for the acknowledgement. This is what they mean when they say five them flowers while they are still alive. He is going to go far this young man. We hope fame doesn't get in his way.
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