See What Chiefs & Pirates Legends Did When They Met for Drinks [See Pics]
By TheKasiSource | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 3064 views
When soccer players play for rival teams such as Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs, they are perceived to be enemies even outside the field of play but some of the players are actually friends and stay friends even when their playing days are over.
That is the story with former Orlando Pirates star Phumudzo Manenzhe and former Kaizer Chiefs star Josta Dlaldla who still maintains a healthy friendship even when their playing days are over.
The two meet up and have drinks and even exchange jerseys of the teams they played for, and they sign the jerseys for each other. They are very close friends and always make time to meet up and catch up on life, still talking about football too.
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