Cape Town - Itumeleng Khune admits he is overwhelmed to have
been part of Kaizer Chiefs' record-breaking team, and admits he never dreamed
he would reach such heights.
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The Glamour Boys cruised to the Premiership title with three
games to spare this term, setting new points (69) and win (21) records along
South African international Khune now has three PSL winners'
medals to his name, having previously achieved the feat in 2005 and 2013, and
the shot stopper admits he is overjoyed with his career at Naturena.
"I broke through in 2004, joining the first team at the
age of 17. Rowen Fernandez was the number one goalkeeper at the time,” Khune
told his club's official website.
"Who would have thought that this kid from Ventersdorp
would become part of history of this great club, having now already won three
Chiefs' Premiership success made it a double for AmaKhosi
The Naturena club lifted the MTN8 trophy at the beginning of
the campaign, although they will be looking for much more in the CAF Champions
League next year, having crashed out at the first round in 2015.