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Khune In A Past For Kaizer Chiefs? : See Why Is That

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Khune is yet to play in the association this season with his main appearance having come in the MTN8 rout to Mamelodi Sundowns in mid-August. 

From that point forward, the veteran manager has been in the matchday crew only once with Bruce Bvuma and Brandon Peterson trading the spot to assign for Daniel Akpeyi. 

"We should be sensible as opposed to being left with the past," says Ronnie Kanalelo, who played for Mamelodi Sundowns. 

Khune - who is as yet under agreement until the finish of next season - has highlighted in a fourth of the multitude of games that Chiefs have played over the most recent four years. 

"He (Khune) has done well previously and there is no question concerning that however at that point wounds impacted his game, and he isn't getting more youthful at this point. Prior to Itumeleng Khune there was Brian Baloyi and before Brian there were different attendants. 

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"We should be reasonable with regards to this since we don't have a clue what the main problem is with him not in any event, having the option to sit on the seat.

Bosses have three different guardians and two of them are more youthful in Bvuma and Peterson who are largely able. I think the club has understood that they can't be trapped previously and with Bvuma he is in the public group, so he is what's to come. 

"Akpeyi is of a tranquil sort in his game, so he isn't flashy and well known however at that point what makes a difference is that he takes care of business. Itu can in any case another four or five years, yet the inquiry is that does he actually need to play those years at another club. 

"As things stand Chiefs is doing fine without him and we couldn't say whether he actually has it to play for Chiefs. I would not have any desire to move beyond with happening concerning what Itu did about 10 or 15 years prior when he began coming through to take over at Chiefs and in the public group," says Kanalelo.

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