Kgotso Moleko is a professional soccer player from South Africa. In the South African Premier Soccer League, he plays right back for Kaizer Chiefs. He was born in Bloemfontein, South Africa, on August 27, 1989.
Moleko is a farmer as well as a player. He has a lot of cows, sheep, chickens, goats, and other animals. Moleko also plants vegetables. He is a professional football player and is thought to have a net worth of $300,000. The good football player has two cute kids. The time spent playing football is short, so Moleko is making plans for her future even after she stops playing.
Moleko comes from a simple background, and his family helped him when he went to play soccer. He started playing when he was young, and even though he had many problems as a child, he didn't give up. He was persistent. He started playing football professionally with Bloemfontein Celtic Juniors. Later, he joined Roses United as a defender with a lot of experience. Since August 11, 2012, he has been with Kaizer Chiefs.
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