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Itumeleng Khune wins Man of the Match. Image: Kaizer Chiefs

“We must have a ‘Minnie’ talk with Khune”: Chiefs keeper arrives to training ‘drunk’

Long-serving Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune reportedly arrived for training drunk and could face suspension.

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Itumeleng Khune wins Man of the Match. Image: Kaizer Chiefs

Soccer fans have reacted to the news that Kaizer Chiefs captain and goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune allegedly arrived at training under the influence of alcohol.

The 36-year-old has played five games so far this season having replaced number one keeper Brandon Peterson.

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According to FARPost, the veteran keeper is reportedly in hot water and faces suspension and demotion for alleged misconduct.

“Long-serving Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune is reportedly in hot water and faces suspension and demotion for alleged misconduct, FARPost can exclusively reveal.” a report read.

“Khune was recently caught arriving for training allegedly under the influence of alcohol. The club has taken a strong stance against the incident and is reportedly taking steps to suspend and demote him.”

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“The club’s management met the former Bafana Bafana goalie and expressed its “extreme disappointment” with his behaviour. They made it clear that his actions were ‘unacceptable’ and that he would face ‘severe disciplinary action’.”

After the news broke, fans took to X, formely Twitter, to express their disappointment in Khune.

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@geesum said, “What Khune did is unacceptable of the most senior player in the club.”

@Chrizzy1015 wrote: “People acting suprised about Khune as if they never went to work with hangover, let the man be as we all know how toxic is the environment at kaizer chiefs especially the fans.”

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