As our players, staff and supporters are still under Level 4 Lockdown as per the government’s Covid-19 regulations, the month of May’s episode of the monthly magazine show, KCTV, has not taken a break and will air this evening on SuperSport.
The lack of football and sport action that the world is experiencing has not stopped the Club from putting together exciting shows with memorable segments.
As it has been the norm for 2020, you can look forward to seeing the Club’s 50-year celebration history segment, which will take many old folks back and educate young supporters about the history of the Club.
We will also pay a former Glamour Boy a visit and chat about his life after football. Former goalkeeper William ‘Cool Cat’ Shongwe will let us know what he’s been up to aside from his job as an analyst for SuperSport.
Still on goalkeeping, we also get to see our goalkeeping department under Lee Baxter’s tutelage take us through some of their alternative training methods. The four goalkeepers and their coach will feature under the health and fitness umbrella of the show.
As we approach youth month, we get to engage our future stars in the Kaizer Chiefs Youth Academy as we work on building one of the best academies in the country. We will be showcasing the captain of our Reserve Team, Sabelo Radebe when he talks his favourite tunes on a feature called My Playlist.
Don’t miss out on this and more on South Africa’s leading sport & lifestyle show on SuperSport 4, DStv channel 204 this evening of May the 4th at 20:00.