Willard Katsande is known for generating social media waves, and the 35-year-old did not disappoint in his latest attempt to deliver the sauce.
The star, who goes by the moniker "Salt and Vinegar," is noted for his unconventional drip choices. Katsande is one of a kind with his eccentric outfits that range from all types of styles. Some celebrities wear expensive clothing brands, while others prefer their plain fits, but Katsande is one of a kind with his eccentric outfits that range from all types of styles.
The midfielder makes it a point to stick out and attract attention. After coining the moniker 'Boss Ya Mboka Kitoko Makasi,' the Sekhukhune United player has gone on to set trends and strut his thing with swagger
The star's most recent photo shows him dressed in a Summer-styled outfit with vibrant colors. On the front of the tee, there is a map of the world and Africa. A male turban completes the ensemble.
The former Kaizer Chiefs player also demonstrated his sartorial versatility by posting a photo on the same day in a more semi-formal outfit. Salt and Vinegar is dressed in a coat and sweatpants in the photo above.
These are two elements that shouldn't go together, yet the Zimbabwean international manages to pull it off for a mature 'grootman' appearance.
Katsande has stated an interest in coaching after his playing career is done, and he appears to have already started his coaching badges.
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