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Brilliant Khuzwayo looking forward to Kazier Chiefs’ Cape Town fixture

Posted: 28 November 2015 Time: 20:33

Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Brilliant Khuzwayo is looking forward to his side’s upcoming ‘home’ fixture against Bidvest Wits as he looks to give the Amakhosi faithful a Christmas present.

The Glamour Boys have chosen to play three of their home games at the Cape Town Stadium this season, including their next PSL clash against the log-leading Clever Boys -  match which the in-form gloveman is eagerly anticipating. 

“I am looking forward to our home game in Cape Town against Bidvest Wits,” he tells his club’s official website. “It will be a nice Christmas present for our loyal supporters in the Cape, who usually have to travel long hours to attend our games.

"Now we come to them. It will be brilliant.”

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Khuzwayo, who has started in goal for Chiefs in their last two matches – including a man of the match performance in the Telkom Knockout victory over Orlando Pirates – will hope to retain his place ahead of regular shot-stopper Itumeleng Khune, who is recovering from a knee injury.

Chiefs’ two other fixtures in Cape Town include a fixture against Platinum Stars on Sunday, 24 January and their match-up against SuperSport United on Saturday, 20 February.


Get the latest edition of KICK OFF magazine (issue 464) for a poster of in-form gloveman Brilliant Khuzwayo, as well as an in-depth interview with his rival shot-stopper Reyaad Pieterse, who opens up about the keeping battle at Naturena, the new defensive partnership and his dreams for Europe.

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