It goes without a doubt that former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Willard Katsande has over the years transformed himself to being one of the best dressed players in the PSL.
From the most expensive brands around the world to the most creative fashion designs, Katsande can be often seen to always be dressed to make a statement.
The 35 years of Zimbabwean international recently caused a stir on social media when he was spotted wearing a Gucci Shirt which is believed to be in the region of R4 000. To be able to spend that much amount of money of a shirt clearly shows how Katsande loves his material.
Katsande uploaded the picture of the shirt while posing in a petrol station, filling up his big BMW X6 machine.
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