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“If I am a better player I won’t be playing for Kaizer Chiefs”

Former Kaizer Chiefs safeguard Teenage Hadebe has nitty gritty the occasions that prompted his move to another country, following the 2019 AFCON. 

Hadebe left Chiefs toward the finish of the 2018/2019 PSL season in transit greener fields in Turkey and he has now recounted to the story behind the move. 

Hadebe had joined Chiefs from Zimbabwean outfit Chicken Inn FC in the 2017/2018 close season, where he would then proceed to show up generally in his two-years at Amakhosi. The thin focus back won't have great recollections of his last appearances in the shades of Amakhosi, as they experienced a last moment 1-0 loss to then NFD club TS Galaxy through a Zakhele Liphasa punishment. 

In any case, Hadebe uncovers that experience didn't stop him as he procured determination to the Zimbabwean public groups' Afcon crew, that nearby season. Indeed, the lean safeguard considered that to be competition as the ideal chance to showcase himself to a club abroad, and he was incredibly certain that it planned to occur. 

"I told a portion of my partners (at Chiefs) that on the off chance that I play at the Afcon, you will not see me here once more. A portion of the folks excused it as a joke however I had that believing that I will satisfy my fantasy to play in Europe and it occurred.

I had a decent competition and I had various specialists sending me messages on Instagram, saying 'would you need to play in Europe?' I gauged the offers, and the Turkey bargain was the most ideal choice then, at that point," said Hadebe, addressing The Herald in Zimbabwe. 

Actually like that, Hadebe would join Turkish Super Lig club Yeni Malatyaspor and he immediately wound up as a customary at the club, showing up in his first season. The Zimbabwean did as such well in his time in Turkey, indeed, he even pulled in interest from French Ligue 1 side as per reports during that period. 

Be that as it may, Hadebe would decide to leave Turkey for the USA recently where the Zimbabwean global now shows up for MLS side Houston Dynamo.

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