It is no question that while he was still in charge, Stuart Baxter had he preferred players to play for Kaizer Chiefs and his second term as Amakhosi head coach saw a further decline of former Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana Bafana captain Itumeleng Khune.
Khune has barely been seen in the Kaizer Chiefs bench, let alone playing. Stuart Baxter preferred Nigerian powerhouse Daniel Akpeyi as first choice and Bruce Bvuma on the Bench. This constantly left Itu Khune out of the matchday squad.
Now with Stuart Baxter sacked, Arthur Zwane has been handed the duties of carrying the team through until the end of the season. This of course saw a number of players who were not playing given a run in first team action but still Itumeleng Khune was nowhere to be found.
Kaizer Chiefs visited Stellenbosch FC in Arthur Zwane's return to head coach position and in goal for Kaizer Chiefs was Petersen. Amakhosi unfortunately lost that game by a goal to zero and this raises concerns as to if this is it for Itumeleng Khune.
Doesn't he have a place in the team anymore?
Sources: The South African
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