As it has been accepted as part of the footballing culture to see most soccer players with tattoos, a recently retired PSL Star has got a new tattoo on his leg that looks really cool.
Former Kaizer Chiefs Star Reneilwe Letsholonyane showed off his new Tatoo on his leg, words taken from the Bible, celarly indicating that yeye is a firm believer of God. He quoted two bible verses on his foot which are in conjuction in what the heart desires versus what the flash desires. Nonetheless, it is such a beautiful Tatoo that Reneilwe Letsholonyane got for himself. He is also busy doing his coaching badges at the moment.
Yeye who retired at the end of last season at TS Galaxy is already back in football, having been confirmed as a new coach of an amateur team in Gauteng, paving his way to his ambitions of being a PSL coach.
On the other hand, another former PSL player in the form of Hlompho Kekana also showed of his new tatoo, engraving the Absa Premiership trophy which he lifted a number of times as captain of Mamelodi Sundowns.
In terms of his footballing career, Kekana has been silent since parting ways with Mamelodi Sundowns where he spent a number of successful years, filled with floods of trophies. Whether he will be thinking of retirement or whether he will be thinking of taking up a different role in football remains to be seen in the near future.
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