In an ideal world most Premier Soccer League (PSL) footballers would retire comfortably solely because of monies made during their careers. Unfortunately some go to lose it all because of being financial illiterate. Well in the list of former footballers who are still financial well off we might as well add the name Derrick Spencer, a legend in South Africa football.
In the PSL era Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs have had the privilege of having some of the best defenders at their disposal. We cannot begin to name a few without the mentioning of Patrick Mabedi, Cyril Nzama, Valery Nahayo, Tefu Mashamaite and Eric Mathoho. All of these listed players have since went to reach cult status in South African football and are considered as legends of the game till this day.
Source: INSTAGRAM The line between passion and profession is very blur and sometimes the two can be confused. Some use their talent commercially but have keen interest in other area of life. In an ideal world, most Premier League (PSL) players would comfortably retire just for the money they made throughout their careers.
Chiefs 0 Chippa United 3 (2018) In the 2017/18 season Amakhosi was crushed by Chippa Joined on FNB by 30. Thabo Rakhale, Mxolisi Macuphu and previous Amakhosi forward Edward Manqele were on the scorers list that day when the Stew Young men beat the Soweto goliaths with their blades.
In the mid 1990s to early 2000s Kaizer Chiefs had one of the most powerful squad in the Premier Soccer League (PSL). Big name players such as Brian Baloyi, Patrick Mabedi, Thabo Mookie and Thabang Lebese were amongst some of their core players. Boasting of a powerful squad they even went to dominate football domestically and also continental.
Jabu Pule was the most enterprising number eleven for Amakhosi since Teenage Dladla and playing for the under 23 national team brought him experience and exposure at a young age to take his soccer career to another level Former Amakhosi coach Mushin Ertugral can attest to immerse talent Jabu Pule had and if soccer fans have to point out some achievements for Jabu Pule , 2001 was the year where Kaizer Chiefs was crowned the winners of the Cup winners cup
Bosses 0 Chippa United 3 (2018) During the 2017/18 season, Amakhosi were beaten 3-0 by Chippa United at FNB. Thabo Rakhale, Mxolisi Macuphu and previous Amakhosi striker Edward Manqele were on the scoresheet that day, as the Chili Boys put the Soweto goliaths to the blade.
Kaizer Chiefs have had some unfamiliar stars who will everlastingly be associated with the effect they made at Naturena and Soccer Laduma glances back at who were the awesome wear the Amakhosi pullover in the PSL period.
Kaizer Chiefs has have some foreign stars who will, without doubt, be forever remembered at Naturena for the impact they made at Naturena. In respect of them let's look at who were the best to dress in Amakhosi Jersey in the PSL era. The foreign players who left their mark at Chiefs include Collins Mbesuma, Tinashe Nengomasha, Patrick Mabedi, David Obua, Willard Katsande, and the list goes on.
Without any further delay let me take you down memory lane with the greatest ever players to feature for the Glamour Boys between 1990 - 2018.1.Brian "Spiderman" Baloyi Agile, great shot stopper, great reader of the game.Used his imposing physical presence to take charge of his box.
Kaizer Chiefs are known as the glamorous club of South African football, for many years the Soweto Giants have always been known to sign some of the most talented players in the country, and around the continent. Kaizer Chiefs chairman Kaizer "Chincha Guluva" Motaung gained a reputation for signing only the best players for Amakhosi in the 80s and the 90s. That tradition continued in the turn of the millennium, and it came as no surprise when the club won the Cup Winners Cup also known as the Mandela Cup. The
Over the years Kaizer Chiefs were known to be able to spot foreign talents who took the team to greener pastures. The recruits went to serve and some remained loyal to the team. Getting to know more about the former Kaizer Chiefs captain. 1. Patrick Mabedi was born on 5 November 1973 in Blantyre, Malawi. 2. The defender started his professional career with Malawian side Nyasa Big Bullets in the 1997/98 season. 3. In 1998 he joined Kaizer Chiefs where he went make 207 appearances scoring 7 goals in a career that
He is from Kaizer Chiefs brewing pot, Patrick Mabedi has been appointed as Malawi under-20 national squad tactician. Having served as an assistant coach for a period of two years, Mabedi will be unveiled officially as the Head coach of the youthful Malawian outfit next week. Official word from the closest and reliable source revealed to Kickoff.com. that he is the new coach of the squad. After all have been done and dusted, formal introduction will be contacted in a week to come. Mabedi will be handed over with
Previous Kaizer Chiefs skipper and colleague Patrick Mabedi feels there is no justification the Soweto monsters to fear anybody as they hold on to see who they will look in the CAF Champions League quarterfinals.Amakhosi booked their position in the quarterfinals of the Champions League following a 2-2 draw with Horoya in their last gathering C match, leaving a mark on the world as the club equipped for the knockout stages without precedent for their set of experiences.
Mamelodi Sundowns will beat Kaizer Chiefs to the PSL title - Orlando Pirates legend Sikhosana Jerry Sikhosana of Orlando Pirates attempted by Patrick Mabedi of Kaizer Chiefs The 51-year-old is a self-yielded Amakhosi fan in any case he doesn't see them lifting the pined for prize this season Orlando Pirates legend Jerry Sikhosana has a made a strong figure about the target of the PSL prize.
Over the years the foreign nationals have dominated the scoring charts in the league even to this day our locals still play second fiddle. Getting to know Gabadinho Mhango. 1. Helings Frank Gabadinho Mhango was born on 22 September 1992 in Chiweta, Malawi. 2. He attended school at Chiwavi Primary School and Chichiri Secondary school in Malawi. 3. He started his youth career with Malawian side Brave Warriors. 4. He started his professional career with Big Bullets in Malawi in 2012 where he made no appearance
Mike Makaab, a top football agent, has remarked on the future of one of his players who is awaiting a decision from Kaizer Chiefs. Bernard Parker's contract expires on June 30 after only a few weeks. Parker's future is unclear, as the Chiefs are still deciding whether or not his services are still required, with the organization looking to release some of their players before the next season.
Mabedi, who additionally filled in as an associate mentor at Amakhosi from 2017 to 2019, will be authoritatively reported as the Malawi youth group mentor one week from now. "He's the new lead trainer for the under-20 Malawi public group," an entirely dependable source illuminates KickOff.com. "They are making it official presumably one week from now, that is the reason you never knew about it, it's simply private. In any case, everything has been done and everything has been concluded. "What's left is
The new Premier Soccer League breeds Tshakuma Tsa Madzivhandila TTM have been on the shopping spree having started in the elite league. TTM announced the signing of the former Kaizer Chiefs striker Gustavo Gusheshs Paez who was rejected by Swallows Football Club as they made a return to the PSL. Paez who left Chiefs in 2018 under coach Giovani Solinas and assistant coach Patrick Mabedi back to his home country Venuezula were he joined Mineros de Gueyana. As TTM forged strong to get his clearance from his former
2001 on the 11nth of April a game between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates ended in tears at Ellis Park stadium, where 43 fans didn't make it to their homes and families, they last their lives for the love of football.Kaizer Chiefs legends will never forget that tragedy and they always pay respect to those fans each and every 11 of April, to show respect and appreciation.