Theophilus Doctorson Khumalo is a South African retired professional football player who now holds the qualifications of being a coach.
Dr Khumalo is popularly known as 16V. That is what the fans used to call him during his playing days.
The 54-year old is considered as the legend of Kaizer Chiefs Football Club and also the South African national team Bafana Bafana.
Dr Khumalo spent 17 years old at the Soweto based side, Kaizer Chiefs. During his youth days, he also played for The Dube birds.
In those 17 years, the retired midfielder made 397 appearances for Amakhosi and also managed to score 75 goals.
The South African football legend was also loaned to Ferro Carril Oeste and Columbus Crew.
Dr Khumalo was able to score nine goals in 50 appearances. Overall, he made 494 appearances and scored 90 goals.
Now the question remains, is the former Kaizer Chiefs Football Club midfielder the best midfielder to ever play in the South African top flight?
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