Kaizer chiefs and Bafana Bafana long serving goalkeeper, Itumeleng Khune has issued a statement or rather a motivation regarding to his below performance against the Limpopo based side Black leopards last night.
Itumeleng Khune is currently trending on social media, especially on Twitter after his 'school boy error' which led into the former Kaizer chiefs star finding the back of the net. Karuru made no mistake when he was given a ball by his former teammate Itumeleng Khune and Black leopards took the lead on the 12th minutes.
Even though he is trolled, but Itumeleng Khune took his feeling to the social media, motivating himself and also stating that you can not change what has happened. Here is what Itumeleng Khune said on Instagram:
"Learn and Grow – Since you have no control over what has already happened, you need to learn from the past and grow for the future.
Remember always, it’s not what happened that matters most; it is how you respond to what has happened that will make the biggest impact on future performances 🙌
Kaizer Chiefs supporters had mixed feelings about this, some were encouraging him while others were questioning the captain's mindset.
Here was Kaizer chiefs supporters' response:
As Kaizer chiefs supporters do you accept Itumeleng khune's apology?
(Source: IG: Itu Khune)
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