By Isaac Ndou
JOHANNESBURG: Bvuma will be likely to get some game time whenever it happens if Khune gets injured or gets suspended.
Kaizer Chiefs young goalkeeper Bruce Bvuma says his goal going into next season is getting some game time under his belt as he will be eyeing to be Itumeleng Khune’s vice.
The 23-year-old keeper will feel uplifted as a goalkeeper after second in charge Brilliant Khuzwayo left Kaizer Chiefs for Orlando Pirates recently. Bvuma will be likely to get some game time whenever it happens if Khune gets injured or gets suspended.
“It’s tough, but I am enjoying it. We are all looking forward to a competitive season. And when it comes to my personal ambition. I would love to get some game time,” said Bvuma on the club’s website.
Bvuma who was previously in the media for taking home a cheque of R5000 from Kaizer Chiefs. He says his models his game with motivation from watching world class English goalkeeper Jordan Pickford and Uruguay’s Fernando Muslera.
“I like England’s Jordan Pickford and Uruguay’s Fernando Muslera. I often watch actions of goalkeepers on YouTube. I learn from that. I will check, for example, how they position themselves for crosses into the box or how they come out for one-on-one situations,” he added.
Bvuma will, however, the battle to be second in charge with Virgil Vries who joined the club after a season with Baroka who also has a reputable profile as he has previously been on the books of other PSL clubs.