Daveyton Troublemakers In The PSL. Junior Khanye consistently provides accurate predictions and analysis on iDiski TV. This led to wide spread adoration from PSL fans on Twitter.
Someone even claimed that the former Kaizer Chiefs man be given a contract on SuperSport as a pundit alongside the likes of Jabu Pule (also Mahlangu).
Junior Khanye is a purveyor of football insight, analysis and prediction on the YouTube channel iDiski TV. As a result, the Daveyton born former supremo always trends on social media. Once again, this sheds light on what a career Junior Khanye could’ve had if it were not for some regrettable events.
We take a look at Junior Khanye, Thabang “Skaps” Malatsi, Roy Nkambule and Jabu Pule; all former Kaizer Chiefs players discovered in Daveyton, Benoni by former Kaizer Chiefs kit manager Robertson Bennett “Chana” Mehlomakhulu, otherwise known as Mahlubi.
Thabang “Skaapie” Malatsi
Thabang “Skaapie” Malatsi and Roy Nkambule can still be seen to this day wandering in the streets of Daveyton, with the acclaim of being professional players a long forgotten truth.
A combination of substance addiction and unsavoury family background heavily contributed to the downfall of the highly talented Malatsi and Nkambule.
Jabu Pule (Mahlangu)
On the contrary, Jabu Pule (Mahlangu) has radically changed the narrative that his status was barren to, as a punditry stalwart in the SuperSport studios, amongst many things.
Fans are hoping that Junior Khanye also receives a similar shot at being a SuperSport analyst for PSL and NFD games due to his successes as a football guru on iDiski TV.
Junior Khanye was a hairs breadth away from suffering the same fate as Roy Nkambule and Skaapsie Malatsi as he was hooked on substances, but is now a beacon of hope, positivity and come back spirit.
Currently, Promise Mkhuma a PSL Champion with Sundowns, is one of the players flying the Daveyton flag high.
The youngster is under stupendous guidance at Mamelodi Sundowns. Hopefully he doesn’t join the list of Daveyton troublemakers in the PSL.