Soccer players typically have a wide range of transferable skills that can help them earn a career when their playing days are done.
Kaizer Chiefs defender Sifiso Hlanti, who appears to be a part-time mechanic judging by the photographs he publishes on social media, is one PSL star who seems to have another trade or specialization locked down.
From the left back's social media profiles, we can infer that he has strong ties to the automotive repair industry. The fullback appears to be frequently photographed visiting a nearby auto body shop.
Hlanti's regular presence at the scrap yard, as seen by his habit of dangling inside the vehicles being worked on there (both cabs and other vehicles), suggests that he may be the owner.
The auto business is one of the busiest in the world, so this is fantastic news for when his playing days are done and he needs a steady source of income.
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