Itumeleng Khune Speaks Out After Costly Mistake

Itumeleng Khune Speaks Out After Costly Mistake


Kaizer Chiefs skipper and seasoned goalie Itumeleng spoke out shortly after his costly mistake against Black Leopards in the ‘Glamour Boys’ recent match which resulted in a 2-2 draw. Khune took to his social media to reflect on his blunder.

The star said that one must learn from their mistakes and become better.
“Learn and Grow – Since you have no control over what has already happened, you need to learn from the past and grow for the future.”

Khune reminded everyone that it’s not about what happened but how one responds to the mistakes that they made. “Remember always, it’s not what happened that matters most; it is how you respond to what has happened that will make the biggest impact on future performances.”

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What the Bafana Bafana player is saying is true, however, try telling that to Kaizer Chiefs supporters who are frustrated at the club’s lack of form in this season.

Itumeleng often makes headlines for all the wrong reasons. Following the announcement of Minnie’s pregnancy – the skipper trended. Tweeps were mocking him for letting Minnie Dlamini slip through his hands.

Itu recently caught the Duduzane Zuma Challenge bug and also joined the movement. Many of his followers were confused by the manner in which he made his challenge as the man next to him, acting as his bodyguard, carried a mop.

“My love for this song made me do the #duduzanezumaChallenge 🤣 inspiration right there 🕺👌 @bigzulu_sa @rikyrickworld and @intabayasedubainm keep up the great work brothers 🙏 @therealbashjj u nailed it brother.”


These days Itumeleng Khune is focused on his 23-year-old wife Sphelele Makhunga. The two share a beautiful baby girl named Zenande Amogelang Khune. The couple has expressed their desire to have more children in the near future.

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