Truth revealed, Khanye is a fake soccer analyst. See this...- [OPINION]
By ThaboMandla | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 4894 views
The former Amakhosi midfielder Junior Khanye has constantly probing himself that he does not follow the South African soccer but only follows Kaizer Chiefs. He has proven that he is really a fake analyst.
The man misses other players names in the big teams such as Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates. It is believed that all analysts know the players in the big teams and more importantly the most productive ones.
He has been making mistakes about the DSTV players and he does not follow soccer. He always smashes Kaizer Chiefs when he had to analyse about them. In the previous matches of Chiefs whereby Mathoho was not available, he thought that the coach is benching him not knowing that he lost his father.
Khanye in the media added that Uthongathi FC has more experienced players with Nomvethe not knowing that Nomvethe joined the tactical team of Benni McCarthy.
Vilakazi is much better because he faces the truth in his videos and he knows how to analyse the match.
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