While the new 2021/2022 season is set to kick off this coming weekend, a lot of player movements happened as some players left their clubs while others joined new clubs.
Those who joined new clubs will have taken their cars to theirs new club's training bases and we c look at some of the best cars that have added some flavor in their new team's parking lot.
Willard Katsande (Sekhukhune United)
The former Kaizer Chiefs Star midfielder will probably be the king of the parking lot as he took his Mercedes Benz G-Wagon, BMW X6 and a Range Rover which are all big cars. He will surely be an inspiration to his new teammates.
Thabiso Kutumela (Mamelodi Sundowns)
The former Orlando Pirates Striker moved to Chloorkop from Maritzburg United and his convertible BMW will be entering the gates of Chloorkop when he goes for training. Although he will meet a lot of big cars there.
Sifiso Hlanti (Kaizer Chiefs)
The Kaizer Chiefs left back took along his big monster Jeep Wrangler which surely attracts attention wherever he goes because of its size and military colors. He too is one to find some big cars at the Naturena parking bay.
Sibusiso Mabiliso (Kaizer Chiefs)
The left back defender joined Amakhosi from AmaZulu and he will be taking his Volkswagen Golf 7 GTI to the Naturena village and he is sure to find one like his as well as it is a popular car amongst soccer players.
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