Kaizer Chiefs has had great players and some players did not do well. Teenager Hadebe is another player that did not excel at Kaizer Chiefs. Teenager Hadebe was seen as a failure at Kaizer Chiefs despite having plenty of game time for the Glamour boys. Hadebe moved to Turkey to play for Yeni Malatyaspor. He played two seasons for the Turkey outfit. He played 60 games in all competitions for Yeni Malatyaspor. Hadebe seems like he has developed to a better player since leaving Amakhosi. The defender is still at an early stage of 25 years old. Teenager Hadebe will be joining Major League Soccer side Houston Dynamo.
Hadebe's contract details have not been revealed. It is unknown for how long he has signed for Houston Dynamo. It is reported that the centre back was announced at the press conference. It is reported that Hadebe is expected to partner Parker of Houston Dynamo as a centre back. Teenager Hadebe is happy to make the MLS move as he is also growing as a player with the experience he is gaining in different leagues. Do you believe Teenage Hadebe has rejuvenated his career outside South Africa? Comment your answer below.
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