The former south african national team midfielder John Shoes Moshoeu has played a very important role in the history of the south african football,he shares the field with some of the most successful global footballers like the legendary Zinedine Zidane during the world cup tournament that was held in France back in 1998.Shoes was a very disciplined player both local and international.On this day,the 21st of April 2015,the south africans learnt of a sad news of John Shoes Lesiba Moshoeu's passing.Shoes succumbed to the stomach cancer that he has been battling with for a long time in morningside hospital,his funeral was held at the grace bible church in soweto on the 27th of April 2015 in Westbury cemetery in Randburg.Moshoeu never got married but he left behind four children,two boys and girls.A well known and experienced sportsman Robert Marawa and the FIFA Twitter pages took their time to reflect on the life of the legendary Shoes Moshoeu.The former Kaizer Chiefs defender Neil Tovey has also described John Moshoeu as one of the best players south africa had ever produced as he compares him with the great Lionel Messi.Moshoeu has also played for Kaizer Chiefs at a prime of his career before making it to Europe.John Shoes Moshoeu was the part of the south african national football team who won the African Cup of Nations back for the first time back in 1996.
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.
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(Source: Twitter.com - @kaizerm_jr) The former Kaizer Chiefs striker and the son of the South African soccer legend and Amakhosi founder Kaizer Motaung Junior has taken to his Twitter account to remember the legendary John 'Shoes' Lesiba Moshoeu as he died on this day (21 April) back in 2015.
Kaizer Chiefs recently celebrated their 50th anniversary in 2020 and they have been around for decades in South Africa. The club has rich history. This was probably one of the most definitive days in club's history and future as two signings were announced. Both these start would become household names with one returning to Naturena as a coach almost 20 years later. In 1993 during the NSL era Kaizer Chiefs announced the signing of 2 stars to public namely John 'Shoes' Moshoeu and Steve Komphela from Qwa Qwa