Dube Delights At Chiefs Debut
Austin Dube, who is currently in Zimbabwe with the Bafana Bafana squad, says he was pleased to have made his Kaizer Chiefs debut last week.
The 28 year old joined Chiefs from Richards Bay during the off season. During that time he also starred for Bafana at the Cosafa Cup in Gqeberha.
The former TS Galaxy man says being part of the national team is always an honour.
“The national team call up is an honour, being called to represented the country is always an honour,” Dube told the Chiefs media department.
“Everything happened so fast for me I made my debut for Chiefs a few days ago and now I am at the national team. I am honoured to be part of the national team, I feel happy and these are joyful moments for me.”
Dube was also delighted to get his Chiefs debut recently, coming off the bench during the 2-1 victory over Baroka last week.
“It felt great that it finally happened,” Dube said.
“I knew it was going to come someday, I just did not know when.
“I had to stay ready for it, I am very grateful that I played my first official game in the colours of Kaizer Chiefs.”