South Africa have had a massive issue when it comes to missing people. This is something that needs a closer look as most of them are barely found. If they're luckily located then their loved ones are hit with bad news that they've passed away. However, there's a small percentage of people that return home without any harm. And that's what most football fans are hoping for when it comes to the missing talented player. As the South African football fraternity has been left shocked following the recent reports of a former Mamelodi Sundowns rising star Khayelihle Shozi that has been reported missing.
There has been numerous posts that have been shared on social media in hope that someone will be able to locate Shozi and help bring him to his loved ones. As they've been worried sick about his whereabouts and want to get all the necessary help for that he can go back to his utmost best on the field. Unfortunately, his family has been fearing for the worst as they're struggling to find him. Even the Brazilians co-coach Rulani Mokwena has used his social media platform to spread awareness and get some sort of assistance from his followers about finding the 27-year-old former JDR Stars player. Anyone who has any sort of information about the former TS Galaxy player they can Simphiwe Shozi on 068 659 9552. "Please kindly assist if you’ve seen or know of his whereabouts," wrote Mokwena on his Twitter account.
Shozi is a Sundowns academy graduate who showed a glimpse of brilliance in a way that he was compared to the best players in the Premier Soccer League (PSL). The now-then former Downs Pitso Mosimane felt that he needed to move to the senior after impressive performances in the reserve team during the 2015/16 season. Unfortunately, Shozi struggled for game time within the senior team at Chloorkop and he ended up being loaned to different teams both in the PSL and the GladAfrica Championship. As he played for the likes of SuperSport United, Black Leppards, amongst other teams. Shozi was last spotted in the JDR Stars outfits before he went missing.
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