The date on when the suspended Itumeleng Khune will be back, has bee revealed, through analysis.
Itumeleng Khune was suspended by Kaizer Chiefs FC management, through the disciplinary committee because of arriving at training while under the influence of alcohol. Khune has ready missed some Chiefs games, he was not around when Chiefs faced Moroka Swallows FC and Polokwane City.
Some fans are wondering when the longest serving Kaizer Chiefs FC goalkeeper set to be back. According to rumours, Khune will be back to Chiefs activities next year, at the end of January with the hope of competing with Bruce Bvuma, Brandon Petersen and Bontle Molefe.
In other news, one of the players who is playing locally on a top league, who is most wanted by Amakhosi fans, Khanyisa Mayo, in case you missed it, he has offered himself to Kaizer Chiefs FC.
Mayo himself, said it is everyone’s dream to be a player of Kaizer Chiefs FC. In as much as he confirmed that his dream is to play fro Amakhosi, Chiefs management seem not ready to break the bank and buy him. Earlier this year, it was confirmed that a team that wants Mayo must pay around R10 000 000.00/ten million. After this price tag being revealed, Chiefs management then later pulled out in the race of signing him. Chiefs was not the only team that want him, Mamelodi Sundowns FC also showed an interest.
The truth behind why Kaizer Chiefs failed to sign Khanyisa Mayo and Junior Mendieta.
On the 12th of May Kaizer Chiefs met with the Stellies hierarchy regarding the sale of Junior Mendieta and Sibongiseni Mthethwa after talks Stellies demanded R10Million for Mendieta but overall it was supposed to be R15M for both Mendieta and Mthethwa.
Kaizer Chiefs then decided to pull out of the race saying the transfer fee is unreasonable that’s the truth there.
As for Khanyisa Mayo Kaizer Chiefs did consult Cape Town City in January and what’s shocking at the time John Comitis wanted R7Million for Mayo before he went on a crazy goal scoring run.
Kaizer Chiefs again decided to pull out as they wanted to pay R4Million plus player’s of which John Comitis rejected as he wanted only cash.
But watch that Sporting Director lie to his supporters when he goes to Radio to promote Jersey sales and say teams don’t want to sell to them.
However, Khanyisa Mayo’s father who is a former Chiefs player, Patrick Mayo, said he won’t let his son to join Mamelodi Sundowns FC, if he won’t play 90% of games.
Former Kaizer Chiefs defender Patrick Mayo has disclosed that he would only allow his son Khanyisa, to join Mamelodi Sundowns if he’ll play 90% of the games.
“I wouldn’t advise him [Khanyisa] to go to Sundowns. I can only say to him if he wants to go to Sundowns I will have my own conditions in his contract. One of those conditions is that he has to play 90% of the games,’” Patrick told the media.
“Sundowns have a large pool of players and some of them are already struggling for game time.
“Khanyisa is very young and fragile, so if he is not going to get game time at Sundowns he will be frustrated. I don’t want to see that. He is getting game time at City, so it doesn’t make sense that he joins a team where he won’t play.” he added.
What are your thoughts?