It is tough thing to play for a big club in South Africa like Kaizer Chiefs Football Club.
They are few players that makes the grades at this club as the pressure and demands it has is not for the faint hearted,something the likes of Itumeleng Khune,Doctor Khumalo and Thabo Mooki to name few knows very well.
The club legends have spend more than ten years at the club and knows the culture and how hard it is to be a player for a historic team like Chiefs,Ennocent Mkhabela and Sibusiso Khumalo found out the hard way as they have failed to deliver while they were at Chiefs.
The 31 and 32 year olds respectively have been on a serious downward spiral ever since leaving Chiefs as they are struggling to rekindle the form that had Amakhosi looking their way.
The duo are now in Venda hoping to land contracts at Venda Football Academy as the club are looking at adding new players before the beginning of the new season.
Do you think the duo can rekindle their careers should the Venda based club sign them?Leave your thoughts below.
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