The brother of Kaizer Chiefs legend Itumeleng Khune, Lucky Khune was recently spotted during a Kasi Football game!
Lucky Khune, a former professional footballer in his own right, was captured playing for Gomora United during the Tsalalang Kasi to Kasi Games.
The 33-year-old former Kaizer Chiefs striker was most recently on the books of Gauteng ABC Motsepe League side Baberwa.
He was touted for a European move however the COVID-19 pandemic put a halt on that.
Former Kaizer Chiefs striker captured at Kasi Games
In other news, a former Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates coach has tipped Mamelodi Sundowns for more success during this coming season!
The Brazilians won an incredible domestic treble last season. And according to Muhsin Ertugral, the new season will paint a very similar picture for Mamelodi Sundowns.
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Despite Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates having a rather exciting transfer window, Sundowns look to have trumped them once again in terms of quality.
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“One of the things we undermine in football is continuity. Mamelodi Sundowns have had continuity for five years now after winning the league in succession,” Ertugral told IOL.
“The teams that are following them (Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates, Cape Town City and Roy AM) are buying eight, nine or 10 players, and even more.
“And it doesn’t work like that. It will never work. It is like fine-tuning an orchestra. Everyone can play unplugged.
“But you won’t listen to that. You’ll listen to an orchestra in fine-tuning. And this is years, and years, of being together.
“From the most successful teams in the world, you’ll see there’s only two or three transfers that are made and not more.
“And then, there’s longevity of continuity and processing of the squad. So, again, I don’t think that Sundowns will be challenged in this season.”
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