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Mpumalanga Black Aces striker Mabhuti Khenyeza has exclusively told Goal that he has no interest in playing for the national team ever again

Khenyeza joined Aces after being initially banned from the PSL when he was playing for Ajax Cape Town last season. The controversial player shares his views on his Bafana Bafana chances.

"I have had my fair share in the Bafana Bafana setup and I honestly do not want to go back there again.

“I am aware that Gordon Igesund is giving players who are performing well a chance, but unfortunately I think I have passed that stage of playing for Bafana,” said Khanyeza.

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Khenyeza has been in fine form at the start of this season under Clive Barker and he says working with the legendary coach has brought the best out of him. Barker made it easier put the alleged 'spitting incident' behind him and focus on his football.
“I am experienced and I knew that I had to stay focused and keep on training despite the things that were happening on the side. This is my time to play and enjoy my football as I have always done.

“He (Clive) is a super coach. He brings the best out of each of us and I am really privileged to be coached by him,” he said.

With their 2-1 victory against AmaZulu on Tuesday, Khenyeza said he is hoping that this is the beginning of greater things to come for his team.

“We are happy that we got into a winning mentality and we will be taking each game as it comes and giving it our best,” he said.

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