Almost 30% of PSL footballers are declared bankrupt after the first two years of retirement. Nowadays footballers make wise decisions and invest for the future, some have went to invest in livestock.
We take a look at PSL footballers who have decided to invest in livestock especially cattles.
The 27 year old Emacambini, Northern KZN born player decided to invest for the future. Growing up in a rural environment he saw investing in cattles would enrich him for the future.
During the harsh Covid 19 lockdown, when football was suspended the Amazulu FC player went back home to look after his cattles.
The former Kaizer Chiefs defender owns a farm in his hometown in the Free State. Moleko has a biggest herd of cows, horses and sheeps.
Moleko is not shy to show off his investment as he occasionally share pictures of his lifestyle in the farm on instagram.
Retired fooballer Siyabonga Sangweni now lives in his hometown Empangeni, KZN. Sangweni decided to invest in cattles while he was still playing his football.
Unlike most footballers, Sangweni also decided to invest in a fleet of taxis.
4. Lovers Mohlala
The former Mamelodi Sundowns player was declared bankrupt after retirement as he couldn't afford his fancy lifestyle.
These days Mohlala has turned his life around and is now a cattle farmer.
**It is always a wise decision to invest for rainy days, it is just a pity that many people find investing in livestock as a less lucrative investment.
Source : SoccerLaduma, briefly.co.za, DailySun and KickOff.com.
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