The spotlight is now on the promising 20-year-old talent, Lungile Nkosi Kaizer Chiefs Youth Goalkeeper, hailing from Katlehong. Chiefs’ management holds high expectations for Nkosi, who has recovered from a nine-month injury layoff and is eager to showcase his potential once again.
Amakhosi are making strategic moves to secure a long-term replacement for their legendary goalkeeper, Itumeleng Khune, who is currently in his remarkable 17th season with the club.
Khune, a true icon of the team, recently achieved a milestone by making his 364th appearance for Amakhosi. However, solidified his place as the player with the most appearances in the club’s PSL-era history. However, the upcoming 2023-24 campaign will mark his final season as a player for the club.
Amidst their preparations, the Glamour Boys are enduring a tense wait until their next fixture. Chiefs are scheduled against Golden Arrows on October 28th.
This period of anticipation comes at a challenging time for the team. Chiefs recently suffered their first home league defeat of the season.
Molefi Ntseki’s men find themselves 13 points adrift from the title pace. Sundowns are current log leaders maintaining a game in hand. The road ahead promises to be a test of their resilience and determination to climb the ladder of success.