It was last year when a new show produced by Orlando Pirates technical director Stan "Screamer" Tshabalala graced our screens, the show involves legendary players basically relaying their stories, but one club legend who has apparently gone blind, has revealed that he actually appeared on the show with partial blindness. PHOTO:
Orlando Pirates legend Bernard Lushozi was known as a notorious hard tackling defender during his prime with the Buccaneers.Lushozi was part of the Pirates squad that conquered Africa in 1995.
Moroka Swallows and Orlando Pirates legend Bernard Lushozi says the treatment to regain his eyesight is going accordingly as now one of his eyes can function - albeit partially.
Usually life after the carrier of football should be something every player desire when ever it time for the hang over of the football boot,but due to the life uncertainty most of the ex South Africa football player suffer from different situation.
From being a celebrated soccer star to being blind and not being able to watch the beautiful game you once played and sweat for.This is the case for former Orlando Pirates player, Bernard Lushozi.
Former Moroka Swallows and Orlando Pirates defender Bernard Lushozi, opens up about his football career at both Soweto giants. Lushozi retired from playing professional football in 1999. While he was still in the playing for Pirates. I decided to hang up my boots because i was getting slower and ageing.The Strikers were getting faster and faster. I decided to stop going to training, said Lushozi. The former defender reveals how he joined Orlando Pirates from Swallows. He says at Pirates its where, he enjoyed
Moroka Swallows and Orlando Pirates legend Bernard Lushozi, says the treatment to recapture his vision is as yet going in like manner as now one of his eyes can work, yet somewhat.
Former Orlando Pirates player Bernard Lushozi was a hard tackling defender, known for his no nonsense approach to the game. He enjoyed his footballing career with the Bucanners as he was part of the 1995 Africa conquering squad. During his football career he went to feature for Moroka Swallows and would later join Orlando Pirates until he retired from the sport in 1998 at the age of 34. According to sources Lushozi is currently sitting at home unable to do his principal duties, he serves at a school where learners
Orlando Pirates veteran Bernard Lushozi has spoken in length about Rhulani Mokwena's brief interim coaching role at the Buccaneers. Mokwena was thrown into the deep end at Pirates when the club parted ways with former head coach Milutin Sredojevic. The 35-year-old's short tenure kicked off well, but it was overall a rather forgettable experience as things went downhill real quick for both Mokwena and the club. The Buccaneers legend has questioned the young coach's credentials to mentor at such a big club like