Itumeleng Khune, a seasoned shot-stopper for the Kaizer Chiefs, has struggled to earn game time in the 2021/22 season. As it appears that he has lost favor at Naturena, Ronnie Kanalelo, a former Mamelodi Sundowns goalie, believes that the Soweto giants are "doing great" without him at the moment.
Kanalelo claimed that the Phefeni Glamour Boys have been able to get the desired outcomes without Khune's assistance in recent games. This indicates that Amakhosi has moved on from the Khune period and is now more focused on the future, as evidenced by the presence of Brandon Petersen and Bruce Bvuma on the bench. "At the moment, Chiefs are doing great without him, and we're not sure if he still has it in him to play for them." I don't want to go on and on about what Itu did some time ago.
In addition, Kanalelo revealed that Daniel Akpeyi had taken over Khune's responsibilities at Chiefs while his absence. As a result, Stuart Baxter is currently using the Nigerian shot-stopper as the club's first-choice goalkeeper. As a result of his ability to complete tasks and his results in the DStv Premiership, Amakhosi has risen to second place. Itu's previous heydays at Naturena demonstrated that he is a great goalie, but Kanalelo believes that he will have to cut his losses and join another team. "In his game, Akpeyi is quiet, so he isn't flashy or well-liked, but what important is that he gets the job done." Itu can still play for another four or five years, but the question is whether he wants to do so at a different club," Kanalelo told the reporters.
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