The man credited with making Itu obviously the best gatekeeper on the African gathering of land has commented on his relentless situation at Amakhosi
The man nicknamed Itu moved past a baffling 2022-23 season as he saw game doorway hard to show up by forgetting to appear in the Premier Soccer League.
Itu's calling is clearly going downhill right eventually having made just 11 affiliation appearances in the 2020-21 term and four in the 2019-20 season, but Dinkelacker is the of the view that the refined shot-fitting can despite recuperate his old arrangement with the help of the club's goalkeeper guide.
"Look I don't realize anything about how fit he is at the present time, yet what I should have certainty about is that he is a significant gathering, he is a phenomenal breaking point," Dinkelacker said.
"[He] needs the right kind of help and organizing. If he is at this point convinced as he has everlastingly been and the goalkeeper coach gives him the right kind of help, and the right status, he will get back to his best.
"I read that he did very well in the DStv Cup and I am not stunned considering the way that at 34 as a goalkeeper he is still obviously young and I know his quality."
Khune, who will turn 35 on June 20, was one of the Warriors' legend players as the social event got the show DStv Compact Cup fairly through the predictable term.
"That is just the beginning. He can regardless play a season or two in any event the way that I remember he can anyway be the fundamental," the German coach continued.
"Also having plan B for what's to come is fundamental. Do you survey Emile (Baron)? He had no course of action B and he combat after the injuries hampered his football calling, so that is just another quality, he thinks.
"What he is doing now (showing obvious pieces of affirmation) is for what the future holds. All Itu needs just in a little while is the best accessibility and remaining fit. He is one of the most astounding I have at whatever point worked with."
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