In the PSL era we have had the privilege of having some of the most lethal attacking trios. At one particular point in time we had the likes of Collins Mbesuma, David Radebe and Emmanuel "Scara" Ngobese who continuously gave the opposition a run for their money.
He was part of the Kaizer Chiefs squad that managed to win back to back league titles between 2003 and 2005 under the late Ted Dumitru. David Radebe joined Kaizer Chiefs in 2002 under coach Mushin Ertugral. His few months with Mushing did not produce what was expected from him, but the fans of the club fell in love with 'umkhumbi kanowa' when Ted dumitru came and linked him with Collins 'Ntofo-ntofo' Mbesuma.
World class South African footballers have come and went only a few have had the opportunity to resurrect their careers even past their playing days. We have had some of the best players such as David Radebe, Mbulelo Mabizela, Thabiso "Skapie" Malatsi, Lerato Chabangu and Thembinkosi Fanteni amongst a few vanishing into thin air.
Following Kaizer Chiefs' hard-fought 3-2 victory against Golden Arrows, attacker Lebogang Manyama wrote his name in the club's history books by becoming only the ninth player to net a hat-trick for Amakhosi in the PSL era. Manyama took home the match ball, and was subsequently voted the Man of the Match on the day, which saw Chiefs increase their chances of making the top eight bracket (a feat they have since achieved after their 1-0 victory over TS Galaxy this past weekend).
A shocking statistic reveals that almost 30% of footballers are declared bankrupt within the first two years of retirement. It is a known fact that footballers are known for solely splurging on expensive cars and their lifestyle. We take a look at PSL footballers who were declared broke after retirement. 1. Junaid Hartley The former Orlando Pirates player became broke after he used his hard earned wealth to cut ties with his club Orlando Pirates. The incident, unfortunately cut in deep into his finances and
Here is the list of the top 10 Kaizer Chiefs top goal scorers of all time in the PSL era, even current players still in Amakhosi colours might be included in this list.10 John 'Shoes'' 28 goals.9 George Lebese 30 goals, now singed with TTM.
Today mark one of the most exciting days in the footballing calendar in South Africa, with the two biggest side set to lock horns in the Soweto Derby, Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs. Over the years there has been a number of world class footballers who have made their mark in the Derby. Some went on to be regarded as legends. We take a look at some players who rose to the occasion over the years. 1. Kaizer Chiefs Kaizer Chiefs has been one of the most dominant teams in the Soweto Derby but in recent the Buccaneers
"George’s real work now is to graduate from the top performances that we see in training to being a player that masters the match at the level of Mamelodi Sundowns. At the same time, he got that responsibility to fight for his place like everybody else because we believe everybody is important.”
Gert Schalkwyk was one of the most seasoned attacking midfielders during his playing days. At the peak of his career he was one of the most interesting players in the colours of Kaizer Chiefs with the likes of the Emmanuel "Scara" Ngobese, David Radebe and Collins Mbesuma.
The 28-year-old objective poacher is a needed man in the money rich Middle East and North Africa, and has not included for Amakhosi while his future was being haggled in spite of getting back to preparing. In any case, this site uncovered a week ago that the Serbian has at last consented to remain at any rate until the finish of the period, when the club will have the option to sign a substitution. Be that as it may, 'Umkhumbi Ka Noah' – as David Radebe was known during his playing days – cautions the
PSL News | Tributes For Yeye Letsolonyane, "Stuart Baxter will bring issues to Kaizer Chiefs" & More
Today is a special day for former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Reneilwe 'Yeye' Letsolonyane as it is his birthday, the chiefs legend is celebrating his 39th birthday today, Yeye is currently amongst the top trending topics on Twitter as South African football fans are paying tribute to the South African football legend.
Pitso Mosimane has proven himself to be a serial winner after securing trebles with both Al Ahly and Mamelodi Sundowns respectfully, and now Pitso Mosimane has secured yet another trophy, after he was awarded the award for the most successful coach in Egypt after his successful short spell with the club. Congratulations Pitso. Former Kaizer Chiefs striker David Radebe has given a Samir Nurkovic warning to Kaizer Chiefs as he believes that Samir Nurkovic will not give Kaizer Chiefs his full efforts if they keep
Former Kaizer Chiefs striker David Radebe has backed the club's decision to sack Gavin Hunt.Radebe, who won two league titles during his five years with Chiefs between 2002 and 2007, does not agree with the belief that Hunt was a victim of player power. Your thoughts?
Former Kaizer Chiefs striker David radebeRadebe, who won two league titles during his five years with Chiefs between 2002 and 2007, does not agree with the belief that Hunt was a victim of player power. What's on your mind? Palos: Eradicate the old guard and introduce young energetic lions with bravery and conquer the league to return to our glory days
Kaizer Chiefs recently announced that Samir Nurkovic has agreed to the new contract and also to stay at Naturena until the 2020/21 season complete. Nurkovic is wanted by Al Ahly and Middle East clubs and he has played a single game this season due to injury and off-the-field politics. Former Chiefs striker David Radebe said that Amakhosi should be careful in keeping an unhappy Nurkovic who might not longer give the club his best. According to Radebe, if a player is promised a good offer by another club, he will
Former Kaizer Chiefs striker David Radebe has given his view with regards to the Samir Nurkovic transfer saga, as there are reports of multiple clubs being interested in snatching the player away from Naturena. David Radebe believes that if Samir Nurkovic wants to leave, then Kaizer Chiefs should just let him go as it would be a bad idea to keep a player against his will. "If they decide to keep him he might complain about 'injuries' and tomorrow with this and that, he will always have reasons. You see if the
Kaizer Chiefs. David Radebe. Since the season has begun and considering how it has been going it is unclear where or what excatly are the objectives for Kaizer Chiefs this season Kaizer Chiefs are currently occupying the bottom half of the DSTV Premiership campaign as they have picked one win in three games Kaizer Chiefs can take some encouragement from the fact that in the three games they've played in the DSTV Premiership they have only conceded three goals and kept two clean sheets But another problem for
(Source: kickoff.com) The former Kaizer Chiefs striker David Radebe believes that Amakhosi will continue with their dismal run in the DStv Premiership. Hadebe has lost hope in Amakhosi and feels that things are going to get worse as the season progresses. After Chiefs were humiliated by their archrivals Orlando Pirates in the Soweto Derby in the two-legged MTN8 semi-finals by 5-0 on aggregate score, this season has started badly for AmaKhosi. At the moment it seems like there's a dark cloud hovering at Naturena
Former Kaizer Chiefs have voiced his opinion on the saga of Samir Nurkovic with the club. Nurkovic have not played for Chiefs this season due to injuries and off field politics. The player last played for Amakhosi at the end of last season. The Serbian born striker had a contract dispute with Amakhosi after he demanded an improved contract with increased salary. According to reports, both parties agreed on a deal that the player will stay with the club until next year when they are able to find his replacement.
(Source: kickoff.com) The former Kaizer Chiefs forward David Radebe has expressed his disappointment at how Amakhosi has performed so far in the new campaign. Radebe felt that Orlando Pirates used the same strategy to score their five goals in the two-legged MTN8 semi-finals and that is a worry for coach Gavin Hunt that he needs to work on with his technical team. Radebe said that it doesn't click to him the reason behind Chiefs letting Pirates use counter-attacks and succeed. He's confused at how Chiefs allowed