Theophilus "Doctor" Khumalo (born 26 June 1967 in Soweto) is a retired South African soccer player. He is best known for being a star midfielder for Kaizer Chiefs as well as the South African national team, Bafana Bafana.
Khumalo started his career in professional soccer in 1986, when he first played for the junior side of Kaizer Chiefs. His father, Eliakim "Pro" Khumalo, a renowned player of the 1970s and early 1980s, served as his mentor. Khumalo was promoted to the senior team the following year, when he started a game against Orlando Pirates.
Khumalo went on to become a star player for Kaizer Chiefs and did not play for any other South African soccer club, only leaving them for short overseas playing periods - he played for the Argentinian club Ferrocarril Oeste for six months in 1995 and in 1996 he played for the Columbus Crew of Major League Soccer.
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