Former Kaizer Chiefs Football Club defender has managed to walk away with two major awards abroad. According to Dynamo Houston, the Zimbabwean international Teenage Hadebe won two major individual awards in the club as they hosted the awards. The former Kaizer Chiefs Football Club defender was named the New Comer Of The Year and also the Defender Of The Year in 2021.
Teenage Hadebe is a Zimbabwean international defender who is currently playing for the United States of America side, Houston Football Club. After joining Kaizer Chiefs Football Club from the Zimbabwean giants Chicken Inn, not many people knew about the young defender. However, they were interested to see what he is capable of.
Teenage Lingani Hadebe is a well-known Zimbabwean defender who is now playing abroad for the United States of America side Dynamo Houston. It has been a while since the Soweto based side, Kaizer Chiefs Football Club produced such talent. Well, Teenage Hadebe is one of newest talent to ever be sold by Amakhosi to a European team.
Former Kaizer Chiefs defender Teenage Hadebe has lifted the lid on how his former teammates laughed at him when he told them he would one day ply his football abroad. The Bulawayo-born towering centre-back was snapped up by Amakhosi from Zimbabwean top-flight outfit Chicken Inn FC when he was just 21 years old in 2017.
Fresh from signing a three deal in the Major League Soccer (MLS) with Houston Dynamo believed to worth approximately R25 million, former Kaizer Chiefs defender Teenage Hadebe has steadily cemented his position as a vital cog of the team. The 26 year old Warriors defender made a surprising switch move to Houston, in Texas, in June which saw him become Dynamo's most expensive player.
Former Kaizer Chiefs defender Teenage Hadebe is close to moving to Major League Soccer side Houston Dynamo in a R25 million deal and here is the latest on the transfer. Hadebe left Amakhosi in 2019 after spending two years at Naturena and made an impact in Turkey, establishing himself as a regular in the Malatyaspor side during the two seasons he has been there.
Former Kaizer Chiefs defender Teenage Hadebe’s name has come up for recognition in the Major League Soccer end of year awards just four months after moving to Houston Dynamo. Hadebe moved to the MLS at the beginning of July after excelling at Turkish Super Lig club Yeni Malatyaspor who he joined from Chiefs.After 17 appearances for MLS Western Conference club Houston Dynamo the Zimbabwe international has now been nominated for two awards for the 2021 MLS end of year awards.
Source: Kickoff Zimbabwe defender Teenage Hadebe has shown how that his move to Europe will come at the end of his two-year stint with Kaizer Chiefs and I wish him goodluck on his journey to greener pastures. Hadebe played his last 39 games for Kaizer Chiefs in the last loss for the TS Galaxy Nedbank Cup in May 2019 and then went to the AFCON final in Egypt, where he came out with an excellent result despite the Warriors being stuck in the Colors group stage.
Like they say in life that some things will go well for you somewhere and some other things will not go according to plan elsewhere, that's life but does not mean than one is a failure. That is exactly the story of former Kaizer Chiefs player Teenage Hadebe who did not succeed at Naturena during him time there but now finds himself on the verge of a multimillion deal on Europe
“We agreed with the yank crew ninety percent, but a clause turned into placed there,” said the Turkish membership's president. Former Kaizer Chiefs defender Teenage Hadebe is close to securing a pass to major League football (MLS) from top tier Turkish club Yeni Malatyaspor.
Source:https://www.soccerladuma.co.za/news/articles/local/categories/siyagobhoza/former-kaizer-chiefs-defender-teenage-hadebe-set-for-big-usa-move/700717 The Zimbabwean national and professional football player Teenage Hadebe born in Bulawayo and aged 25 year old is set to make a new deal. Former Kazier Chiefs player left Kazier Chief in 2019 and went to Turkey to join Yeni Malatyaspo Football club and he has been there ever since but recently the player is searching for greener pastures.
Teenage Hadebe, a former Kaizer Chiefs defender, has signed a new contract with Yeni Malatyaspor in Turkey. Europe over the past campaign, Hadebe made 30 starts for Malatyaspor, who placed 15th in Turkey's Super Lig, five points just above bottom half of the table.
Former Kaizer Chiefs defender Teenage Hadebe has described the events that led to his move abroad, following the 2019 AFCON. Hadebe left Chiefs at the end of the 2018/2019 PSL season en-route brighter pastures in Turkey and he has now disclosed the story behind the move. Hadebe had joined Chiefs from Zimbabwean side Chicken Inn FC in the 2017/2018 close season, and in his two years with Amakhosi, he made a total of 39 appearances.
25 year old Teenage Hadebe from Yeni Malatyaspor (turkey) to Houston Dynamo (America) is nearly a done deal. The MLS outfit have reportedly seen their €1.5-million (R25m) bid accepted for the lanky defender. The Zimbabwean international defender Teenage Hadebe is believed to have agreed to join Houston Dynamo in the current transfer window.
It has been confirmed that former Kaizer Chiefs defender Teenage Hadebe, who played for Amakhosi for two seasons before moving to Turkey to join Malatyaspor, has now completed a new big money move to the MLS in the United States of America to join Houston Dynamo FC, it is reported that Teenage Hadebe's move is worth $1.65 million which is equal to about R25 million at the current exchange rate.
Trouble in paradise for the Warriors Zimbabwean national team for them upcoming World Qualifiers where they will meet South African at home and Ethiopia away from home. They will be without their striking force Knox Mutizwa and defender Butholezwe Ncubw who have contracted Covid 19 ahead of two fixtures and are still in isolation.
Ex Kaizer Chiefs star defender Teenage Hadebe looks set to land a rewarding move to Major League Soccer side Houston Dynamo. Hadebe, 25, left Chiefs for Turkish Super Liga side Yeni Malatyaspor in July 2019 and has grown extensively throughout the last two seasons. With more than 60 appearances and a spot in the Team of the Season a year ago, interest in his administrations have been preparing however the MLS side look top choice to land his mark in an arrangement worth an announced €1.5-million (R25m).
Former Kaizer Chiefs defender Teenage Hadebe has slowly secured his role as a critical piece of the squad since signing a three-year agreement with Houston Dynamo in the Major League Soccer (MLS) worth around R25 million. In June, the 26-year-old Warriors defender made an unexpected move to Houston, Texas, where he became the Dynamo's most expensive player.
The move to Houston Dynamo was confirmed by former Kaizer Chiefs Teenage Player Hadebe with only a medical standing on his way of completing the transfer. He spent only two seasons with Amakhosi before moving to the top of the Turkish flight side Yeni Malatyaspor, he spent only two seasons with Amakhosi before moving to the top of the Turkish side Yeni Malatyaspor.
Football is a very funny sport. A player deemed as a surplus to requirement van easily become the next best thing in the game. Years after he was released by Kaizer Chiefs, Zimbabwean international defender Teenage Hadebe is close to completing a move to Major Soccer League (MSL) side Houston Dynamo.