Soccer stars are known to be followers of the latest fashion trends in the market and are not short of confidence in dressing up in anyway the would feel like dressing up on a specific day. Orlando Pirates player Linda Mntambo is one who is known to be a lover of fashion, as far as ending up launching his own clothing line Stafsetu which he pushes with his wife.
As we all know that is it popular culture for Soccer players to always be buying clothes and cars and all the finest things money can buy, something that is not a secret. Orlando Pirates defender Wayde Jooste has added a new car in his garage, the car is a mini Cooper which is valued at around R418 000, not a small figure to pay for a car.
It is always a nice thing to see soccer players having some fun and having a go at each other amongst themselves in training or anywhere they engage. Orlando Pirates midfielder Thabang Monare caused a stir on social media after he posted a video on Instagram directed at Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder George Maluleka.
After about two months to being banned, Former Orlando Pirates star and Cape Town City midfielder Mpho Makola has completed his ban and set to return to his club. Makola was suspended for two months for his involvement in the skirmish that happened at the end of the MTN8 final against Mamelodi Sundowns in October of last year.
We have frequently heard tales about players going AWOL. Any semblance of Ex-Chiefs player Jabu Mahlangu will frequently vanish not long before a significant game. This can be an exceptionally upsetting circumstance particularly for the club and fans the same as they will be concerned whether or not the player is fine.
If there is one thing that football players around the whole world have in common, it is their love for tattoos on their body and it seems like tradition for soccer players. Even some coaches encourage players to be close to one another, saying that players should know each others' tatoo artists, meaning that is one thing they enjoy doing.
"These individuals are envious of a resurgent Kaizer Chiefs, South Africa's most successful football club!" says Floyd Shivambu. Also, keeping the Pirates Star, which was awarded in 1995, makes no sense. We should lobby for stars who are greater beyond 20 or even 10 years old to be removed from the next CAF and FIFA Conferences.People still brag about a 26-year-old celebrity after a generation has passed?
Image Courtesy of Wikipedia Orlando Pirates have moved enforce their squad in anticipation of the new season. They have made several signings most notably, the Bidvest Wits trio. This means competition for places in the team is set to be tougher and big decisions are on the table concerning some of their current players. However, it is now clear that one of their most promising players will not form part of the club in the upcoming season. The Pirates man was one of the most sought after after his impressive