Most successful footballers who retire are often declared bankrupt within the first few years. These well-known athletes make huge salaries while they play, but when they retire, they lose everything.
Because a football career is always short, it has become normal for them to sometimes forget to plan for bad weather.
Lungisani Ndlela, a forward who used to play for Mamelodi Sundowns and Moroka Swallows, is not on that list. When he quit football, the striker who used to score a lot of goals decided to try something new so he could keep up his lifestyle.
As of right now, the former top South African soccer player works as a prison guard in a prison in the province of Mpumalanga. At the moment, it looks like he's living a good life, and his recent pictures, especially the ones that show how much weight he's gained, show that. When compared to being a football player, his current job isn't as hard as it used to be.
During his playing days, he had a long and successful career. He played for Pretoria University, Moroka Swallows, Mamelodi Sundowns, and United FC, a team with a low ranking. A look at pictures of Lungisani Ndlela from more recently.
A picture of Lungisani Ndlela when he was playing and a picture of him now.
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