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Football (soccer) midfielder George Nyiko Maluleka was born on January 7, 1989, in Tembisa, Gauteng.

He is a member of Kaizer Chiefs at the moment.

A career in a sports club In his early years, Maluleka started out as a striker for Kempton Park FC and Pretoria University.

Maluleke made the jump to the senior team in 2006.

He scored ten goals in 28 games during his time with the club.

A Supersport United scout took note of Maluleka, and the young forward signed up with the team in 2007.

It was difficult for Maluleka to receive any playing time, therefore he was often an unused substitute.

He was given to the University of Pretoria on loan.

He returned to Ajax Cape Town in 2009, this time on loan.

Maluleka rejoined Supersport United in 2012 after a two-year absence.

He signed a three-and-a-half-year deal with Kaizer Chiefs in 2014.

At Loftus Versfeld on 23 January 2014, he made his Chiefs debut in a 1–0 win over Mamelodi Sundowns for the club.

In a 2–0 win over Polokwane City, he scored his first goal for Amakhosi, which included goals from George Lebese and George Maluleka.

Maluleka scored Chiefs' fourth goal in the final seconds of a 4–2 victory over Chippa United in a preseason friendly.

Maluleka missed a penalty in the 66th minute of the 2014 Carling Black Label Cup, sending the ball crashing into the post, and he missed again in the penalty shootout, giving Orlando Pirates a 6–5 victory.

After Luvolwethu Mpeta mishandled a Kingston Nkhatha header in the MTN8 1st leg semi-final against Platinum Stars, Maluleka volleyed home to make it 2–0.

He then scored an exquisite free kick outside the box to seal the victory.

Goal.com's Player of the Week award went to him.

Chiefs took a 3–0 aggregate lead on his second free kick from 22 yards out in the second leg.

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