He might be on the wrong side of 30, but former Kaizer Chiefs and South African youth international star Junior Khanye believes that he still has a few more years left in him for professional football.
In fact, Khanye is on course to revive his career, as he is currently with Limpopo-based ABC Motsepe League side Ngwaabe City Motors – a club he signed with in September last year.
‘Aghahowa’, as the 34-year-old Daveyton-born player is known in football circles, said in edition 1161 of Soccer Laduma, “There is a guy who is assisting me to get a club in the PSL or NFD. He has seen me play for my current team and has been impressed."
“I didn’t know that the guy has been watching my games and following my progress. I am excited because things are promising from what the guy has been telling me. The guy has told me to focus on what I know the most, and that is to play football, while he takes care of looking for a club for me,” the experienced player added.
“I am grateful to the chairman for the relationship that we have. He assured me that he wouldn’t stop me if I get an opportunity elsewhere.”