We bring you news concerning South Africa's finest Tshepo Matter, as he shares with us the background of his nickname. Former Baroka FC dribbling magician Tshepo Matete recounts the origin of his moniker "Skhwama" in this week's edition of Story Behind My Nickname. Matete's showboating style earned him a professional deal with Bakgaga in 2015, right from the start.
He is famously known as Skhwama sama Talian, however, his real names are Tshepo Matete. After showcasing his talent in the townships around his area, the talented left wing player was tipped to succeed in the Premier Soccer League. His videos trended in all social media platforms, especially Facebook and also YouTube.
Tshepho matete is an extremely skilful player, who burst on the seen thanks to his kasi disk moves. He has left his club Tuks fc despite have 1 year left on his contract, the coaches said he told them he is going to the PSL where he recently failed to impress in his time with Baroka Matete is loved by fans for his show boating skills he is an entertainer and has the ability to draw crowds to the stadium. Baroka signed Matete for that ability to fill up stadiums, and he played very few games where he was shipped
In 2015 Matete's showing-off style saw him land an expert agreement with Bakgaga directly from the grassroots level. "I was given the name in 2009 because I was extraordinary that time," Matete tells Kickoff.com. "It was given to me by one more man of his word who used to be an analyst in Kasi competitions.
Premier Soccer League is know as one of the top 10 biggest leagues is the World, the culture of our football may change time by time but we are known as free footballing nation because we used to express our self in the field of play. Dribbling, Diski Dancing or Showboating it didn't matter... We expressed our selves and the fans came in big numbers to see that. With the adaption of more European football in the PSL we have started to believe that Dribbling isn't football, we are closing doors for all the dribbling