Recently, an open press conference was held on the eve of the start of the World Cup competitions.
One of the main speakers was the new head coach of the South African national football team, Gordon Igesund. It was he who told about the new cardinal changes in the national team.
“There is nothing unusual in changing the main team composition. Someone plays better, someone worse. Someone has been exposed to an illness and is now forced to recuperate, and someone just has to give up his place to younger players, “said the head coach of the South African national football team, Gordon Igesund.
It was during the conference that it became known that Bongani Zungu would be forced to miss the games in the World Cup and, at best, watch the matches at home on TV. And all because at the beginning of the summer, COVID-19 was detected in him and for two long months he underwent treatment and rehabilitation. To date, it is unknown when Bongani Zungu will be able to return to the old one. But it is definitely a pity that we will not see him on the field in the fourth season.
As for Khune, the issue is quite controversial here. To date, negotiations are underway on his transfer to Kaizer Chiefs and, accordingly, on participation in the World Cup.
In addition, it is already known that there is absolutely no place in the team for free agent Dean Furman, who left the English Second League team Carlisle United at the end of last season.
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