(Source: Twitter.com - @IIKHUNE_32_16
Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune has shown that performance is temporal and class is permanent. As he was very influential within the inaugural DStv Compact Cup. Which allowed the football fraternity to vote for the their best players to be part of the starting eleven. Khune was one of the best players within the tournament despite not being a regular player at Chiefs. His performance within the DStv Compact Cup gave the Chiefs technical team something to think about and might have caused them a headache as showed them that he deserves to play at Naturena.
Khune was part of the Warriors FC which was unbeaten within the DStv Compact Cup as they ended up winning by 2-1 against Coastal United at FNB Stadium. Khune did concede two goals within the competition and made a lot of superb saves that kept the Warriors within the the competition. Now, the former Bafana Bafana shot-stopper has share a wonderful picture on social media. As he took a picture next to his expensive trophy cabinet and held a DStv Compact Cup medal. As he was showcasing his collection of what he has won throughout his football career. "New addition to the collection," wrote Khune on his official Twitter account.
The DStv Compact Cup has saved some players careers. Others have gotten a breakthrough within the competition. By the looks of things, the tournament did serve its purpose of not only entertaining the football fraternity but also gave an opportunity for players to show their worth to the public. The prime example is none other than Khune. Despite not being part of the Soweto giants match day squad for the bulk of the 2021/22 campaign, Itu still found his way to the top of the voter's minds within the DStv Compact Cup.
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