Thamsanqa Gabuza is one of the most entertaining South African soccer players who are currently participating in the Premier Soccer League.
When you talk about Thamsanqa Gabuza, you are talking about one of the most hardworking strikers in the Premier Soccer League. The former Orlando Pirates Football Club star is now leading the Tshwane side, SuperSport United upfront, along with the Bafana Bafana striker Bradley Grobler.
The nickname of Thamsanqa Gabuza is Ganda Ganda. He was given that nickname by the supporters.
Not many people knew that much about the KwaZulu-Natal born star up until he was signed by the Sea robbers. That is when Thamsanqa Gabuza brought himself a lot of fame.
One of the things that many people remember him about is his stunning goal in the CAF competition. Another moment was when he took off the jersey during the match and threw it to the supporters as they were booing at him.
Take a look at his pictures:
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