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Former goalkeeper Aime Kitenge believes Bafana Bafana shot-stopper Ronwen Williams overstayed his time at SuperSport United.

2022-01-22 10:03:00 AM

Former goalkeeper Aime Kitenge believes Bafana Bafana shot-stopper Ronwen Williams overstayed his time at SuperSport United and needs to move to further his career. Read more ➡️

Former goalkeeper Aime Kitenge believes Bafana Bafana shot-stopper Ronwen Williams overstayed his time at SuperSport United.

Jan 22, 2022 - 09:00 amBy Staff ReporterPremiershipFormer goalkeeper Aime Kitenge believes Bafana Bafana shot-stopper Ronwen Williams overstayed his time at SuperSport United and needs to move to further his career.Williams turned 30 on Friday and remains in the books of SuperSport where he is guaranteed his place between the posts as captain and last year became the first goalkeeper in domestic football to play 100 games in a row.

Talks of a move to Orlando Pirates remain alive while Kaizer Chiefs has also been slowly mentioned with SuperSport set to cash on their star players this year considering all that is happening in the background at the club."What is he still doing at SuperSport United? I mean what is there for him to stay for at SuperSport?" asks retired goalkeeper Aime Kitenge.

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Williams should leave for Bucs, Chiefs Jan 22, 2022 - 09:00 am By Staff Reporter Premiership Former goalkeeper Aime Kitenge believes Bafana Bafana shot-stopper Ronwen Williams overstayed his time at SuperSport United and needs to move to further his career. Williams turned 30 on Friday and remains in the books of SuperSport where he is guaranteed his place between the posts as captain and last year became the first goalkeeper in domestic football to play 100 games in a row. Talks of a move to Orlando Pirates remain alive while Kaizer Chiefs has also been slowly mentioned with SuperSport set to cash on their star players this year considering all that is happening in the background at the club. "What is he still doing at SuperSport United? I mean what is there for him to stay for at SuperSport?" asks retired goalkeeper Aime Kitenge. "At SuperSport he has no challenge and will not grow beyond where he is now which is dangerous in football considering that he is also a national team goalkeeper standing as captain. Scroll through the gallery to see the 10 most valuable No. 10s in the DStv Premiership "It is time for him to leave because he has been there long enough, and SuperSport is no longer playing to win the league. He has gained all the experience that he needs and now is the time to go and face new challenges at teams like Pirates and Chiefs. With the kind of profile that he has now, he should be at Pirates or Chiefs plus he is no longer a kid. "At SuperSport he has absolutely no challenge because his place is guaranteed every week. He needs to move away from that space of so much comfort and be competing with other keepers who have the same goals as him. If he goes to Pirates, he will face an international goalkeeper for the competition which is the same if he goes to Chiefs," says Kitenge who played for numerous clubs in the PSL. "At the bigger clubs, he will feel the need to raise his game instead of enjoying the comforts of knowing that he is guaranteed of playing every week. He is not going to grow by staying at SuperSport.  "If he carries on at SuperSport as Bafana captain and first choice, he will always have the same mindset and end up losing his place in the national team because another keeper at a bigger club might rise. So, he needs to tighten his place in the national team by being at the bigger clubs This is the perfect time to leave for bigger challenges. I even feel that he has delayed moving for way too long now," says Kitenge. Share