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Good News for Kaizer Chiefs

Today, the Kaizer Chiefs made a momentous announcement after one of their players achieved a very significant personal milestone off the field.

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At the Naturena-based club, a culture appears to be developing in which some players feel confident in their ability to defy expectations and obtain training.

The PSL was well-known for not allowing players to look beyond their on-field responsibilities.

Regardless, the Chiefs have recently witnessed a significant number of players gain tertiary abilities.

Also, the club confirmed that Sabelo Hadebe, a highly regarded attacking midfielder, has completed his Marketing in Sports Specialization capability from the prestigious Boston College.

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The 21-year-old institute graduate was promoted to the senior group in February this year, and he only recently made his debut in Amakhosi's 4-3 penalty shootout victory over their most dreaded opponents, Orlando Pirates, in August.

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It is unquestionably a remarkable second for the Chiefs and the greater PSL that such a young football prospect may achieve his potential so early in his career.

This is because there has been a growing pattern of PSL players abusing the cash they receive during their careers and having little to fall back on after retirement.

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