Three of the four Kaizer Chiefs goalkeepers are facing a likely exit from the club.
Amakhosi’s goalkeeping department has been under pressure this season, as their failures to keep cleansheets and costly errors have been much talked about.
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The duo of club captains Itumeleng Khune and Brandon Petersen are the two goalkeepers who have seen action this season of the four goalkeepers.
Kaizer Chiefs Goalkeepers Facing Criticism
The duo have struggled to help the club going forward with Khune failing to keep cleansheets in every match he played in.
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Meanwhile, Petersen’s errors leading to goals have been just too many.
Thus, the duo have been under scrutiny from both the fans and football community in South Africa.
Three Of The Four Goalkeepers Facing The Exit Doors
However, the club could be without three of their four goalkeepers next season.
They are among ten players at the club whose contracts are ending at the end of the season.
Bontle Molefe Also Leaving?
Their goalkeeping troubles seem to be not ending, as their development product is also looking to leave according to reports.
Bontle Molefe, 20 is said to be also looking to leave Naturena in search of game time.
He is yet to make his senior debut despite being promoted two seasons ago.