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Itu Khune Reacts To International Nod Alongside Neuer & Ederson

South Africa is a country that has abundant talent when it comes to football. Many will agree that the politics are a blocking factor to the level we should be at. There's a number of players who gained international recognition after the 2010 FIFA World Cup. This was a display to the rest of the world on what the country has to offer. It is unfortunate that a lot of players didn't get any opportunity to move overseas.

This star is a product of the Kaizer Chiefs development structures. He has been loyal to the club since his days as a young boy. It has been amazing to witness his journey to becoming the best keeper in the country. Many will agree that he could've playe in the top leagues in world football at his prime. At some point he was linked with a move to England, however it didn't materialize.

Itumeleng Khune took to social media to react to revieving a nod from an international publication. Lad Bible listed the Amakhosi goalie alongside the likes of Manuel Neuer and Ederson when it comes to ball distribution. This is definitely big for the star as he us compared to the best in the world.

Khune has always been in a league of his own when it comes to distribution in South Africa. His accuracy and ability to read the game and make a pass is unmatched. He definitely has a couple of assits to his be through direct passes from defense to attack.

The star reposted the article on his social media accounts. Itu Khune hasn't been fortunate to get game time over the last couple of seasons. He remains one of the best to ever go it in his position. He has a lot to offer stillgo Kaizer Chiefs in terms of teaching the next generation. He has a rare skill that can be taught and improved with practice.

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