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Retired PSL footballer who owns a venomous MASERATI

When most footballers retire from the beautiful game they often downgrade their expensive cars to more affordable ones as in most instances a pay check at the end of the month is not guaranteed. It is largely known that a high end car is expensive to maintain so they often downgrade just to save every little cent they have. Talking about a former footballer who still drives around in style then we do not have to look any further other than the legendary Nasief Morris.

It is largely known that footballers love big engines, by big engines I mean expensive high end cars. As one of South Africa's successful exports to European shores, Nasief Morris rubbed shoulders with some of the biggest names in world football. It is very much safe to say that money is not an object to him as he played in some of the best leagues across the globe.

As one of the most elite footballers of his generation we have since went to learn that Nasief Morris loves big engines. Over the years he has been seen driving around in a Mercedes Benz C63. As if that was not enough the former Bafana Bafana central defender has also been spotted driving around in a white Range Range Sport.

To top it all, he has on a number of occasions been spotted driving around in a venomous Maserati Ghibli. According to the manufacturer's website the high end car is priced at R1 642 200, making it one of the most expensive cars in South Africa. We would further go to learn that the car can easily accelerate from 0 to 100km/hr in 4.8 seconds, with a top speed of 326km/hr.

For a boy who hails from Mitchells Plain to owning such a multimillion rand car collection, that on its own proves that anything in life is possible.

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