A series of errors in goals has forced Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Brandon Peterson to visit a psychologist.
The 29-year-old was chosen as Amakosi first first-choice keeper under Molefi Ntseki but a couple of costly mistakes forced the club to bring back veteran goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune.
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The experienced keeper revealed that Peterson was seeing a psychologist.
Kaizer Chiefs keeper Peterson getting all the help
“We all know what he is going through, and we are trying to help him,” Khune was quoted on Sunday World.
“Even the club has provided resources for him by bringing in Dr Henning Gericke, who is a psychologist, just to discover what he is going through on and off the field.
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“So, they have been having sessions and you could see that Brandon has changed his way of doing things – he is not himself.
“He is a father, a leader and as the captain of the club, I’m grooming him [to be the future captain] when the legs cannot carry me anymore. I know the armband will be in safe hands,” said the long-serving Kaizer Chiefs captain.
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Amakhosi are in action this weekend against Moroka Swallows.
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