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Former Kaizer Chiefs and Zimbabwe star now helping players move abroad

His takeoff from Amakhosi may have been matter-of-fact yet he certainly experienced his days in the gold and dark. 

Notwithstanding being only 31 years of age, Matthew Rusike is by all accounts getting ready for life after football. 

Rusike's representative dealings proved to be fruitful when he figured out how to connect up his previous Kaizer Chiefs colleague Lorenzo Gordinho with a move to another country. 

Gordinho moved to Danish outfit Viborg FF after a fruitful spell at Kaizer Chiefs. 

Gordinho talked brilliantly concerning how persuasive Rusike was in his lucrative move. 

"Matthew's a dear companion of mine and he was simply on this side, getting things done in the background, placing me and my group in South Africa – ProSport International – in contact with the club," Gordinho expressed. 

In the September release of KickOff magazine, Gordinho affirmed that Rusike was for sure doing some low maintenance specialist work in Europe. 

"Matthew has been abroad for some time doing low maintenance specialist work, associating a ton of players to clubs. He just clearly knows a ton about the circumstance in South Africa. He realized what occurred at Wits and he said he may have a chance for me," he added. 

It is as yet not satisfactory of Rusike is as yet playing or he is currently leisurely beginning his life after football. 

Yet, this is a major and worthwhile business. 


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