It is always a serious issue for footballers to set up a life after football as most of them did not go very far with school, thus having to rely on the hefty salaries they get to invest in businesses that will sustain their lives after a career in soccer which is very short.
One player who has taken to social media to show off exactly how his brains work off the field as well is Orlando Pirates attacker Deon Hotto who has made a very lucrative investment in livestock farming which can surely sustain him forever.
The former Bidvest Wits player was back home in Namibia during the festive break and was busy in his farm where he has plenty of cows and plenty of goats, himself getting hands on to take care of his animals.
"I own a lot of cows and a lot of goats back home in Namibia in my farm which is in Swakopmund. I now have 54 cattle but I am not yet focused on turning it into a business but only for subsistence farming. I have family members who look after my livestock when I am back home in South Africa, " explained Hotto.
One would say that Hotto is a very focused and humbled player despite playing for one of the three biggest clubs in the country and that is why he drives an efficient Volkswagen polo instead of going for the flashy cars like most soccer players do.
Now Hotto is back in the country and ready to help the Buccaneers chase table toppers Mamelodi Sundowns who seem to be running away with the title.
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