During the PSL era, we had some of the most lethal attacking trios. At one time, Collins Mbesuma, David Radebe, and Emmanuel "Scara" Ngobese were among those that usually gave the opposition a run for their money. A few years later, Leonardo Castro, Khama Billiat, and Keegan Dolly, who were together known as CBD, performed the identical act.
The Black Leopards possessed one of the most thrilling offensive trios in the middle of the twenty-first century. Rudzani Ramudzuli, Mulondo Sikwivhilu, and Christopher Netshidzivhe have names that are difficult to forget. The three of them kept the opposing squad on their toes for the whole match.
Ramudzuli and Sikwivhilu signed lucrative contracts with the Orlando Pirates after performing well for the Black Leopards. It was once believed that Kaizer Chiefs were interested in Christopher Netshidzivhe, but the trade never occurred. Before announcing his retirement from soccer, he played for Leopards, University of Pretoria, and Dynamos FC.
Netshidzivhe gave up football well before he could play for one of the best football teams in the nation, which was one of his greatest aspirations. After his retirement from football, he would face financial difficulties. Netshidzivhe was once forced to work as a construction labourer in order to put food on the table.
According to sources, he worked at a grocery, which is more akin to a fruit and vegetable stall, even after he abandoned his construction job. Since then, we've chosen to search his social media accounts for any new images of him. Based on the photographs we were able to locate, it appears Netshidzivhe is experiencing financial difficulties at the moment.
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