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Sithebe finished a blockbuster move to Chiefs in the wake of turning down AmaZulu's restoration offer recently.

As Sithebe manages pre-season with Amakhosi, KickOff gives an interesting knowledge into the 29-year-old's football vocation to date.

The dreadlocked footballer's ID report conveys the complete name Siyethemba Simphiwe Victor Sithebe who is the first-conceived offspring of his mom.

Notwithstanding, at home, he is as yet alluded to as Mfundo which is the name that he utilized before his introduction to the world declaration was given in Grade 4.

A long time back, he needed to change his last name from Mnguni to Sithebe for social reasons.

Mnguni is the last name of his dad, who didn't raise him, while Sithebe is his mom's last name.More youthful sibling Njabulo Siphephela Sithebe once played for Mbombela United.


Sithebe endured three months at Eshowe FET College (uMfolozi TVET College) doing Electrical Engineering in the wake of finishing his matric testament at St Louis Bertrams High School yet later quit to go to preliminaries in Cape Town.

However he has now been gobbled up by Chiefs, Sithebe strikingly had fruitless preliminaries at Cape Town All Stars, Free State Stars, Baroka and Witbank Spurs prior to being eventually being endorsed by Mbombela United in 2013.

"At Free State Stars they kept me preparing with the group for a really long time without giving me any input. At Baroka their mentor Sello Chokoe turned me down letting me know that they have such a large number of midfielders," Sithebe uncovers.

Sithebe's most memorable compensation in the game was R700 at lower division club Amajuba United in 2010, while he was finishing Grade 11.

Concerning hair, he affirmed to have dreadlocks for social reasons.

"I'm not permitted to trim my hair since, supposing that I do, I generally begin having issues. On occasion I would swoon in the wake of trimming my hair, so I have since been encouraged to develop my hair," makes sense of Sithebe, who grew up going to the ZION church.


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