Former Orlando Pirates goalkeeper, Brilliant Khuzwayo, is reportedly considering making a comeback to professional football.
Khuzwayo was forced into early retirement last year at the age of 29 due to a recurring injury which prevented him from making his official debut for the Buccaneers.
Surprisingly, local media reports this week have suggested that Khuzwayo has not given up on playing football again, despite his ankle injury troubles, although the former Kaizer Chiefs and AmaZulu goalkeeper hasn’t officially communicated any plans about coming out of retirement.
For the time being, the Umlazi-born star has prioritised attending gym to stay active and healthy, as he has been posting about his progress on social media.
Meanwhile, Khuzwayo’s former teammate and fellow goalkeeper Jackson Mabokgwane said he was waiting for the ex-Thanda Royal Zulu shot-stopper’s ‘comeback’ in a message to him on Twitter.
The Bloemfontein Celtic keeper was replying to Khuzwayo’s tweet about how they used to keep fit during their time with Bafana Bafana.
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