Kaizer Chiefs' youth development programme is currently a work in progress, but there seems to be great signs of things to come for the future. The likes of Jabu Mahlangu, Itumeleng Khune, Nhlanhla Kubheka, Thabo Mooki and Gerald Sibeko, just to name a few, all graduated from the club's youth ranks.
As you will have noticed over the past few days, Supporters Club has decided to give our readers a chance to voice their opinions on international football as we have slotted in a few articles surrounding the top stories from the best clubs around the world!
As the Nedbank Cup continues, there is one club that was surprisingly knocked out of the tournament, with Acornbush United having outsmarted Cape Town City in the last 32. However, one supporter thought the Cape side's exclusion from the rest of the competition could be a blessing in disguise.
Kaizer Chiefs are away to Baroka FC for an ABSA Premiership game at the new Peter Mokaba Stadium on on Saturday. Both teams go into this one on the back of Nedbank cup wins over Stellenbosch and FC Cape Town, respectively.