He was not known for any bad behavior as he was one of the Bafana Bafana star defenders that are very polite and excellent with their work. Former Buccaneer and South Africans Football National team Defender Siyabonga 'Insimbi' Sangweni is currently trending on social media following his recent pictures that got the fans worried about him.
To the new PSL followers who might be asking who is SIYABONGA SANGWENI?
Siyabonga Sangweni, known as 'Insimbi' He is our retired Mzansi born defender that played for two Premier Soccer League clubs which includes the Soweto gaints Orlando Pirates, AmaBuccaneer and the KZN side Golden Arrows 'Abafana Besthende'. His younger brother is still playing going by the name Thamsanqa Sangweni. The young Sangweni also signed for Orlando Pirates unfortunately his time was not as good as expected with the Buccaneers!
Insimbi's name is still respected in the PSL and will always be respected for his high quality of marking skills and scoring beautiful headers when his previous teams were desperately in need of goals. Sangweni was part of the squad that was coached by uManqoba Mnqithi (now coaching Mamelodi Sundowns) that won the MTN 8 humiliating Ajax Cape Town by 6 goals to nil.
Unfortunately since he retired things are not the same, his recent pictures are showing something different from what the fans expected as they believe that he seems not owk and happy. The good news is that he is said to be a successful business person now!
There are Pictures that are showing his loss of weight but we are all hoping that Sangweni is Owk and will soon be seen back in football with a different role!
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