Teenage Hadebe is a Zimbabwean international defender who is currently playing for the United States of America side, Houston Football Club.
After joining Kaizer Chiefs Football Club from the Zimbabwean giants Chicken Inn, not many people knew about the young defender.
However, they were interested to see what he is capable of.
It is believed that the Glamour boys spent only R500k when they bought the defender.
After joining Amakhosi few years ago, Hadebe did not appear that much in the first few game.
He was then introduced after some time and made immediate effect.
Even though the Zimbabwean international had some errors here and there, but he was one of the best defenders at Amakhosi by that time.
After spending some few years at Kaizer chiefs Football Club, the club parted ways with the player after sealing a deal with the Turkish club.
Since he left Kaizer chiefs, he has been doing well for himself abroad. Check out his pictures:
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