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Happy Jele Shows Some Love To His Prodigy

Football is a sport that is always changing and each and every season presents an opportunity for the next generation. It is termed as a short career for a reason as players can be replaced quickly. It is always advisable for clubs to look foward for the future and groom the next generation. This applies more to the big teams like Orlando Pirates as there's constan pressure for results and trophies.

This star is currently the longest serving members at Orlando Pirates. He has been at the club since 2006 and is a senior player at the club. Age us no longer on his side and he has inked a 1 year extension with the club. The star has been busy with looking at his potential replacement, however he has been personally grooming the next generation.

Happy Jele took to social media to show some love to his prodigy. The star shared a picture of himself and Thabiso Sesane. He showed some love to the star and this will definitely mean a lot. He has taken a keen interest on the star and has developed a personal relationship with him. He has also been sharing some of his knowledge and preparing him to takeover.

There's no better person who can do this except Happy Jele as he is the most exprienced player at the club. He has also had a lengthy career and was able to stay out of trouble for the most part. He plays the role of being a big brother to many players at the club.

Thabiso Sesane has returned form a loan spell at Jomo Cosmos. He looks set to remain at the club for the season. He will have to fight for his place at the club as they recently made a host of signings for the back line. The club signed the likes of Tapelo Xoki and Nkosinathi Sibisi. This will lessen the opportunities for youngsters like him.

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