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      Personal Information

      Full Name:              Thulani Cedric Xulu

      Date of Birth:         23 January 1956 (age 68)

      Place of Birth:        Amazimtoti, KwaZulu Natal

      Playing Position:    Goalkeeper

      Club Information

      Years                       Teams

      1974-1975               Zulu Royals United (now known as AmaZulu Football Club)
      1974-1975               Kaizer Chiefss
      1980-1983               Moroka Swallows FC Club
      1984-1987               African Wonders FC

      Bhekamina Moses(born 23 January 1956) is a former Zulu Royals United FC, Kaizer Chiefs, Moroka Swallos FC and African Wonders FC soccer player, primarily playing goalkeeper

      Khanyeza started his soccer career at the age of 13, when he began playing for an amateur club called Hammersdale High learners which was based at Hammersdale till he started playing professionally for the Zulu Royal FC.

      Early Career

      Khanyeza was born to Emelina and Almond Khanyenzi in Amazimtoti near Durban, as the 1st born of 5 children. He attended at HT6 Kwamashu Primary and enrolled for high school at Ekusa High in Hammersdale. Khanyeza completed Grade 10 at Ekusa High school and there after focused on his soccer career. This is when he started playing professionally not just for amateur clubs.

      Club Career

      Khanyezi began his career with Zulu Royals United FC at the age of 18 years old in 1974 – 1975. In 1976 he signed up with Kaizer Chiefs till 1979. During the year of 1980 he joined the Moroka Swallos FC club till 1983 and in that year (1983) they won the Mainstay semi-final cup playing against Kaizer Chiefs. They unfortunately lost in the final game playing against Orlando Pirates, the score being 2-3. In 1984 he started playing for African Wonders and at the end of the 1987 season, Khanyezi retired from professional soccer and pursued a coaching career to date.

      His coaching career started in 1988 at Rustenburg with the BOB club, he coached them for 2 years and stopped in 1990. In 1991 he coached Cristal Brians club for one season which lasted a year. When the season had ended Khanyeza came back home to Durban and started coaching Lamontville Golden Arrows FC from 1992 till August 2013. Khanyezi is currently coaching Dandee Rangers FC, the Motsepe league.

      Personal Life

      Khanyezi is married with 6 kids, 3 from his marriage and 3 out of wedlock and currently lives in Nazareth a location in Pinetown. Khanyezi attended level one coaching course and a goal keeper trainer course. He developed all the current goal keepers at Lamontville Golden Arrows. Khanyezi knows nothing but soccer and God, his passion for this sport made him dedicate his whole life to it. As a young boy Khanyezi was always passionate about soccer and knew that it was what he wanted to pursue. Soccer has taught Khanyezi to be patience and disciplined, even when dealing with someone very much younger than him. Khanyezi believes that God lives in us and is always there to take care of us.


      Khanyezi’s message to young soccer stars who envision themselves, as one day being soccer legends just like him. They should know their purpose and what they strive for. Get enough sleep, eat healthy, have respect and go to church to praise God and thank Him for the talent He has blessed them with.