It is not every day that you find Kaizer Chiefs Football Club, Orlando Pirates Football Club, Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club, players become teammates outside the national teams, and the 2022 Dstv Compact Cup has given us that. The competition which has seen Chiefs, Swallows Football Club, Pirates, and TS Galaxy Football Club players come together to form a Warriors Football Club, and other Dstv Premiership have formed other teams in the four teams competition namely, Amabutho Football Club, Coastal Football Club, and Dinaledi Football Club.
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Itumeleng Khune of Chiefs and Keletso Makgalwa of Sundowns who is currently on loan at Swallows are a member of the Warriors team, that defeated Amabutho 2 - 1 yesterday to set up a final showdown against Coastal next week at Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban.
The two were spotted together and Makgalwa took to his Instagram story @keletso_makgalwa story to share the image of the two players together.
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