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ITUMELENG Khune's younger brother, Lucky, has been included in the tour of the South African development soccer team, Machancer Machancer, to Lesotho next month.
Like his celebrated brother Itumeleng, Lucky also plays for Kaizer Chiefs and is in Durban for today's Absa Premiership match against AmaZulu.
Chiefs development coach, Ntsie "Teargas" Maphike, said: "Lucky is a terrific player, he is an aggressive striker with an eye for goals.
"We are so happy about him being included in the national team to prepare for the African Nations Championship."
Guided by Serame "Rhee" Letsoaka on a caretaker basis, the squad includes several players who are either without clubs or have been relegated to the bench at their clubs.
The list includes almost forgotten players like Thuso Phala, Daniel "Sailor" Tshabalala, Fanyana Dhladhla, Robyn Johannes and Gareth Ncaca. Also included in the Lesotho-bound team are goalkeeper Jackson Mabokgwane and dribbling wizard Michael "Skaapie" Nkambule.
Mabokgwane and Nkambule were in the Majimbos' team that qualified for the 2005 African Under-17 Championships in Gambia.
Safa communications director Morio Sanyane said: "Our aim was to target players from the Under-23 squad but most are regulars at their Premiership clubs.