Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune was one of the speakers at the Senzo Meyiwa Tombstone unveiling at Moses Mabhida Stadium on Tuesday, and had some heartfelt words for the Orlando Pirates legend.
Khune discussed their ambitions from a young age, and what they had told each other when they first met and became friends.
“To become one of the best goalkeepers in the country. I grew up looking up to Brian Baloyi, he grew up from Orlando Pirates academy looking up to Williams Okapara,” Khune says at the event, as recorded by Gagasi FM Sports.
“We told ourselves at a very young age, I think when we first me we were 15, we want to take over as national team goalkeepers.
“We want to play in the Derby. One of the best derbies in the world.”
Khune also led a tribute to his friend and former club rival, leading the attendees in singing his favourite song, which you can see below: