It has been sad time for the Brazilians and the family of Khayelihle Shozi. The former Mamelodi Sundowns was playing for JDR Stars this season as he is on loan from TS Galaxy. The last time he played was in September for the club. His family has been trying to find the youngster since October which is when they last heard from him. Khayelihle Shozi is reportedly having a mental problem. His family heard from people that they saw him living under the bridge. Although the police could not find the player under the bridge. The media and Mamelodi Sundowns coaches also took to social media to help the family find their loved one.
The good news is that the player Khayelihle Shozi has been found. Mamelodi Sundowns coach Steve Kompela took to Twitter on his official account to tweet "Thank you so much to all who thought of us, attempted helping us, those who assisted indeed. The boy has been found apparently. Hoping indeed he’s okay to receive further intervention to assist him [to] regain his dignity and self-esteem." Khayelihle Shozi is only 23 years of age. Do you think the player should see a professional help? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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