Siphiwe Tshabalala may not be getting game time at Usuthu, but it seems there could be bigger plans for shabba at Amazulu after his playing time.
Shabba signed with Amazulu at the the start of the 2020/21 season, he signed a 2 year deal with Usuthu as he made a return to South Africa top flight since he left Kaizer chiefs to Turkey and staying more than a year out of the game.
The 36-year-old has been struggling with a injury and also with game time since he joined the team, playing just one game when came on as a sub against Arrows this season.
Shabba and Amazulu president Mr Zungu have been good friends for years and Tshabalala take the KZN businessman as his mentor. It was their relationship that played a key role in shabba signing with Usuthu and it seems that Shabba could be given a new role after his playing time, should he decide to hang his boots end of this season or when his contract ends. The Kaizer Chiefs Legend could be used as someone who can help shape the Usuthu brand with his Legendary time in the game.
As for now it looks as though Shabba is not in the plans of current Amazulu coach Benni McCarthy.
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