There is no club currently in the South African football fraternity that is spoken more about than Kaizer Chiefs Football Club, as the Naturena-based club is currently undergoing changes that many people related to the club have been calling for since the season 2014/2015.
One of the changes has seen the club return to training earlier than they used to in the past as the club's new head coach, Arthur Zwane is leaving no stone unturned in returning the club to its glory days.
Zwane who was appointed as the club's head coach just after the end of the 2021/2022 season was given three seasons to change the club's fortunes alongside his new assistant, Dillion Sheppard.
The players have been hard in training behind closed doors at Naturena preparing for the season 2022/2023 in the hope that things will change, and during one of the sessions today Happy Mashiane left his followers and fans on Instagram in stitches.
He shared a video of Siyabonga Ngezana wearing oversize pair of jeans and a denim jacket that saw Mashiane call him Leroy Sane, as the Bayern Munich Football Club star is known for his unique fashion style which over the years has got wild.
It is no secret that Ngezana is also into fashion, as before almost every training session the spotlight at Naturena is on him and other players who are into fashion like he is.
So it came as no surprise to me to see him wearing such clothes, as being different is the only language he understands in the world of fashion.
And I also think there is more to come from him, as he always tries to be different from the rest of the soccer players at Chiefs and the whole country.
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