PSL footballers who own businesses.
Life after football can be harsh, footballers earn a massive salary and some get endorsed by huge brands. They are able to enjoy a comfortable living while still active.
We take a look at footballers who have ventured into business thinking of life after football.
1. Morgan Gould
He currently plays for Stellenbosch FC, he made a name for himself during his stay with Supersport United where he went to captain the side.
Morgan Gould has his own clothing line MG. The clothing brand caters for both males and females.
2. Vincent Pule
The Orlando Pirates playermaker is still at his peak with the Buccaneers but recently he has ventured into business with a clothing brand Mashonisa. A nickname he has earned among the Pirates die hard fans.
The newly formed label is running off the shelves, it is a must get for the Vincent Pule faithful fans. It's for the young, vibrant yet stylish.
3. Siphiwe Tshabalala
In 2011 "Shabba" moved in business, he opened doors with Fish & Chips Co. which became a financial disaster. He currently runs the ShaYe lounge alongside with Reneilwe Letsholonyane which is located in Dobsonville.
Shabba also owns a clothing line under the name "Shabba". The failed of the Fish & Chips franchise has positively impacted him to venture more into business.
4. Lehlohonolo Majoro, George Lebese and George Maluleka.
Former Kaizer Chiefs trio launch Dream Cosmetics, a product created by Ballers Empire Foundation. This skin product currently comes in a shower gel and lotion.
Delivery of the product takes 3 - 5 days with a delivery fee of R100 nationwide.
The core of the Ballers Empire is to serve children by enforcing and improving sports, education, social development and entrepreneurship to the most valuable parts of the country.
5. Jackson Mabokgwane
The former Orlando Pirates goalkeeper has ventured into the transportation industry acquiring a fleet of mini taxis. The Jacco tours was launched to operate for tourists.
The Jacco tours was temporary shut down due to the COVID-19 surge, but will soon resume as international visitation are allowed under lockdown level 1.
It just becomes hard to maintain the luxurious lifestyle after retirement. Most footballers have ventured into business to maintain their lifestyle.
Source : SoccerLaduma and KickOff.com
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