Siphiwe Tshabalala is one of the popular South African professional football players who spent most of their football career playing in the South African Premier Soccer League. Apart from being a great football player, one other thing that makes many football supporters love Siphiwe Tshabalala is because of his personality.
(Source: thesouthafrican.com) The former Kaizer Chiefs attacking midfielder Sphiwe Tshabalala has been out of action for the current campaign as a free agent. This comes after his short stint at AmaZulu FC ended in the 2020/21 season. Tshabalala is still regarded as one of the best players in Mzansi, despite him not being attached to any team at the moment.
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Players who vanished in a blink of an eye after deciding to part way with the Soweto based side, Kaizer Chiefs Football Club back in the past few years. Over the past few season, the Glamour boys released the likes of George Maluleka, George Lebese, Reneilwe Letsolanyane, Sphiwe Tshabalala, Nhlanhla Khuzwayo and other plenty of players who were very important at the club.
The Philie’s games has been producing a lot of players who ends up in the playing professional football, the likes of Sphiwe Tshabalala, Rineilwe Letsolenyane, George Maluleke and many others, this time around the Philie’s games has extracted a phenomenal complete 15 year old Mfundo “Obrigado” Vilakazi, this youngster has been phenomenal on the field of play, making beautiful runs and passes.
(Source: thesouthafrican.com) Kaizer Chiefs is expected to bring in some new faces during the current January transfer window. As they’re trying to bolster the squad after the whole Covid-19 outbreak that left the Soweto giants with fewer players available to compete on the pitch.
Moving overseas is every player's dream and to play in one the best leagues in the world.This could also go wrong more often than not as many are forced to return home after encountering numerous issues including injuries or lack of game time.
Sphiwe Tshabalala is one of the most recognizable and memorable players of the last decades not only for his exploits at Kaizer Chiefs but for his performance for the the national team. The star was regarded as the best in the country once upon a time and continues to be a symbol of the glory days for long time Amakhosi supporters.
“Hugo Bross came up with a huge plan, for rebuilding Bafana Bafana again like he involved alot of young new players who are hungry to represent the country, so In my opinion I think it's time to block old players from the squad and give these young lads a chance, If Germany and England can do it why not us South Africans.”Sphiwe Tshabalala Said.
"Mashiane has the potential to be a world-class player. He is a player who understands the game which is so important."Sphiwe Tshabalala said. “How many times does he lose the ball during a game? Not many at all. He plays simple. He can play in a variety of different positions and do a great job in all of them"he added. “I still think he hasn’t achieved his full potential. Sometimes for a young player to reach their potential then they need to be surrounded by top players who will make them better.
Arthur Zwane must atleast be given a chance as Chiefs coach I think Arthur Zwane is the main man to guide Kaizer Chiefs back to glory days, the coach have been marvelous for the club I'm talking about what he did in the reserve league, he won that league back In 2018 if I'm not mistaken and produced the likes of Ekstein, Mashiane, Ngcobo, Ngezana, Blom, Bvuma and the exciting part is that those players managed to help the first team even now.
Source:https://thekosibay.co.za/7228/former-kaizer-chiefs-midfielder-have-been-offered-an-attractive-contract-by-baroka-fc/ News coming out of Naturena is that former Kaizer Chiefs player and legend Sphiwe Tshabalala has been approached by Baroka FC. It is reported that the legendary player has been training on his own after leaving AmaZulu and has been offered a good deal by Bagaga.
AmaZulu have released former Kaizer Chiefs players Siphiwe Tshabalala (36) as he is not in coach Benni McCarthy's plan ahead the 2021/2022 PSL season. Sphiwe Tshabalala should just standback from playing,His time is over,Should be focussing much more on his businesses.Maybe uphill his career to coaching departments,Thats where we need him.
Please don't forget to like, comment and follow me for more daily news! Siphiwe Tshabalala is one of the best and well-known football legends in the country after making great history within the local football space. Tshabalala made history when he scored against Mexico in a World Cup qualifier when South Africa was hosting it in 2010 and he is still recognized for pulling that trigger goal.
(Source: thekosibay.co.za) The former Kaizer Chiefs attacking midfielder Sphiwe Tshabalala could make his anticipated return to Premier Soccer League (PSL) after he was let go by AmaZulu FC at the end of last season. It haven't been easy for Tshabalala to get to his groove and give the fans what they love about him - attack, skills, crosses and set pieces.
Source:https://thekosibay.co.za/7092/kaizer-chiefs-legend-set-to-exit-the-club-at-the-end-of-the-season/ Well it looks like the shoulder celebration will be coming to an end in Naturena when this campaign is finished. Reports are Bernard Parker will be hanging up his boots and he has since stop all negotiations with both his agent Mike Makaab and Kaizer Chiefs talks on hold.
Sekhukhune United star Willard Katsande has been in entrepreneurial spirit for a long while now, and one of his more recent business adventures has launched, and he was there in a helmet too. Katsande is by all accounts merging a prosperous retirement, as he is in the dusk of his playing profession.
Having finished as commendable runners-up last season (behind Mamelodi Sundowns), McCarthy has looked into improve his squad of players with the acquisition of a number of key things. Joining the Usuthu for the 2021/22 season are seven new players with more possible before the transfer window closes on 31 August.
Following periods with the rival Soweto Giants, Sphiwe Tshabalala and Xola Mlambo both dojnf in KZN. Following the takeover of the club by the ambitious new leader, Sandile Zungu, Usuthu enlisted the help of both stars. He sought to buy great players to help his team compete and reclaim its previous glory, and I believe that mission was completed this season; while they still have a chance to win the league, they will be content with a second-place finish and a place in the CAF Champions League.