During a recent match with SuperSport United; TV camera's zoomed on Chiefs players on the stands; busy with their phones instead of paying attention to the game.
With Chiefs failing to rise from the bottom; management had to take a stand and put their house in order. They banned Khune from spending too much time and responding to posts on social media.
This they did; not in a bad spirit; but to get the players to focus on the game. Players also do not realise that when the game is on; even when they are not playing; they are at work.
No employer will tolerate an employee who is always on their phone during working hours. The same applies to soccer players.
The group that included Willard Katsande and Siphelele Ntshangase – while the match was still in progress was met with mixed feelings in certain quarters of local football.
Itumeleng last Tweeted on 1 February; refering to his lack of regular minutes on the pitch this season; and his last Instagram post was on 31 January; asking his followers for grooming advice.
The reprimanding of Khune by Chiefs management; had no bad intentions but to get him to focus on his soccer career. He also received the instruction with an open mind.
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