Willard Khumalo

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Willard Khumalo
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  • Footballer
  • Football Coach/Administrator

Parent(s)Danny Mashinkilla Khumalo

Willard "Mashinkilla" Khumalo is one of the most talented forwards to have played for Highlanders Football Club and the national team, which at the time was known as Dream Team. After hanging up his boots, Khumalo went on to become the Bosso welfare manager.


Willard was born on 11 June.[1]


Mashinkilla Khumalo is one of the most prolific players to have played for Highlanders Football Club. He also had a successful career with the national side turning out for the popular Dream Team.

Coaching Career and Club Administration

After retiring from football, Khumalo remained a part of the Highlanders family after initially starting as assistant coach to Rahman Gumbo.[2] He eventually took over from Rahman as head coach before moving on to the now defunct Mwana Africa Football Club. After his coaching stints with several clubs, Khumalo bounced back at Bosso where he occupied various administrative capacities such as welfare manager.

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