Doctor Khumalo opens up about leaving Chiefs for Baroka FC after 30 years
Doctor Khumalo talks to 702's Bongani Bingwa about leaving Kaizer Chiefs for Baroka FC after 30 years
The iconic player and coach began at Chiefs in 1987 when he was just 16-years old.
Why the move?
It's all about exploring and taking the brand to another level. There's nothing wrong with someone wanting to grow his own brand.Doctor Khumalo
I guess we all have our own dreams.Doctor Khumalo
he will take up the position of technical director at Baroka FC.
Take a listen to Doctor Khumalo below:
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