Daniel Cardoso knows what makes or breaks a player at Naturena, even though he may have experienced more lows than highs during his time with Kaizer Chiefs.
The former Amakhosi defender now serves as a club advisor for incoming recruits.
To enjoy a lengthy career, Cardoso asserts that Kaizer Chiefs' newcomers must put more of an emphasis on their football than on their social lives.
CARDOSO's "LEAVE PARTYING"
According to Kickoff, "I would suggest they need to be humble and dedicated," Cardoso remarked.
Do what needs to be done, and keep your attention on the football. Leave the excessive drinking and partying out of it. You can have a fantastic and lengthy career if you just concentrate on your football.
A excellent club to be a part of.
After his contract with the Glamour Boys expired in June, the 33-year-old defender left the team.
He changed teams, joining Sekhukhune United, who is now competing in their second season in the top division.
Cardoso claims that his football playing days are still far from over.
“No. I don't plan on stopping playing football any time soon. If given the chance, I believe I still have a solid three to four years of players left. If you take good care of yourself, you can play for a long time. In South Africa, once you turn 30, people assume you can no longer play. I continue to feel like I'm 21.
Simply put, if you're disciplined and just concentrate on your football, you can play well past the age of 30. That is some of the advice and lessons I want to impart to the younger players.
"If you take a look at the top players in the world right now, Messi is 35 and Ronaldo is 37. They are performing at their best.
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