The Jeans Worn By Orlando Pirates Players Leave South Africans Talking | See This
By Premier-News | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 19695 views
The jeans that Orlando Pirates players wore during one of their recent matches days left South Africans talking, the reason the jeans caught the attention of a lot people was the person who designed them.
The jeans were designed and made by a South African man named Tshepo Mahlala, Tshepo founded his "Tshepo Jeans" in 2015 and less than 6 years later they are seen being worn by the players of one of the biggest football teams in Africa Orlando Pirates, it is very inspirational to see a local brand being worn by such a big team.
A very popular Twitter user highlighted the Premier Soccer League (PSL) teams that are proudly wearing and supporting local brands.
"We no longer need to look far for inspirations. Orlando Pirates Players wearing Tshepo Jeans. TS Galaxy players wearing Drip Footwear. Baroka players wearing Bathu sneakers"
This is proof that your dreams are valid, and if you work hard enough you can reach your goals and inspire the next generation.
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