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Willard Katsande's incredible salary and net worth at Chiefs


Willard Katsande is better known as Bute or Salt and Vinegar is a Zimbabwean professional footballer, who's currently playing for Kaizer Chiefs - which is a Premier Soccer League club in South Africa. Also, plays for the Zimbabwe national team and wears jersey number 31. He specialises in the central midfield, whereby he defends most of the times and attacks as well. Katsande was born on the 15th of January 1986 in Mutoko, Mashonaland East Province, Zimbabwe, which means he's 35-years-old. He attended Dangare Primary School then went to Sakubva 2 High School to do his secondary education. He is married to Memory Dowerowe and they have four children together. The Zimbabwean international is the last born of seven children, he sadly lost his two sisters. His mother is still alive and lives in Mutoko, however, his father died in 1996 when he was only ten years old.

Katsande has been around, looking at his successful career. The statistics say a lot about his dedication to the game:

*In 2002-2005 he was playing for the Frontier Steel, he made 36 appearances and scored 56 goals.

*In 200-2007 he played 30 games for Feruka and scored 19 goals.

*In 2007-2009 Katsande made 60 appearances for Highway and scored 18 goals.

*In 2009-2010 he was playing for Gunners whereby he scored 8 goals in 15 games.

*In 2010-2011 Salt and Vinegar played for Ajax Cape Town for 15 games and scored 2 goals.

*He came at Chiefs in 2011, he has played 133 matches and scored 34 goals thus far.

*In his national team he has played 27 games and scored 7 goals, since 2009.

Katsande was has been part of Chiefs success for the past decade, as he has won the Premier Soccer League title twice (2012-13 and 2014-15), Nedbank Cup (2012-13) and MTN8 (2014). It is believed that Katsande gets paid R200 000 per month at Chiefs. Also, his estimated net worth is $5 million (R71 636 000) and this makes him one of the richest Zimbabwean footballers. 

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Date: 15/04/2021

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