The 26-year-old warden says he will not lose sleep or whether he will start for Amakhosi against the Red Devils on Saturday.
Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Bruce Bvuma is not worried about which goalkeeper will be selected in the Caf Champions League final against Al Ahly on Saturday.
The South African champions will face off against the Egyptian giants in their everyday final of the African competition at Stade Mohamed V in Casablanca, Morocco.
Apart from the 26-year-old Bvuma, Chiefs also have Itumeleng Khune and Daniel Akpeyi in their goalkeeping division, and both have played a role in the Champions League matches of this campaign.
Before the match, Bvuma said he was not losing sleep over who would be selected to start, and insisted that the most important thing was to support the team to win the trophy.
What was said?
‘I have been in this position before [referring to not knowing if he’ll play or not], so I’ll see how things turn out for me, ”Bvuma said as quoted Soviet.
“I just have to work hard and hope I get a starting nod. However, I do not lose sleep because I know we are all ready and it will go well with whoever plays.
‘If I do not play, I will support everyone who plays, because at the end of the day, the team is the most important. It’s the team, not Bruce who’s in the Champions League final, so the team’s goals are more important. ‘
Bvuma, who started in the starting line-up in the Chiefs squad after Khune and Akpeyi were sidelined by injuries, believes he did well in the matches he entered for them, and his focus is now on his CV. to build by winning the Champions League.
“I started the season as a third pick and I had to work very hard to get time. “Although I started playing late, it was worth the wait, because the games I played were very important and I was glad I was able to perform, ” Bvuma continued.
“Winning the Champions League would mean a lot to me as Bruce. It will help me in my career in terms of my resume, and people will respect me in football. We want to put a star on our jersey and we want to win the trophy for our chairman. ”