Former Orlando Pirates star Sfiso Myeni has been reported to be a part of the kick-off magazine, a major soccer news publication. He is one of the best left-wingers we have ever seen in this country.
He had a smart degree, indicating that he was reared by a nice family who helped him achieve success, and he never changed it as he rose to become one of the finest to ever walk through the Orlando stadium pitch.
He used to be a good dribbler, but now he provides information to the magazine, telling them game predictions and which players have the best chance of leading the club to new heights.
Teko Modise, Andile Jali, and Oupa Manyisa were among the greatest Orlando Pirates eleven, according to Sfiso Myeni, who was managing the club at the time when Rude Krool from Germany was teaching them how to focus and smash teams from the inside. He is not moaning about his lifestyle because he has taught himself how to live a relatively cheap life by not purchasing anything that he does not require.
When he speaks outside of the soccer ground, Myeni is a very humble character; he was good even when he played for Wits University; at the time, he and Sfiso Vilakazi were the club's untouchables; the things they accomplished were unbelievable to the naked eye.
People who know him call him a cheese boy since his family did not have much on the outside but constantly prepared things for him, which is why he was able to get a degree and play football at the highest level.
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