A former Kaizer Chiefs player has taken the role into coaching. It is understood that Tlou Molekwane will be joining National Women's League side Ma-Indies in the upcoming campaign.
Molekwane, a product of the Chiefs development side was promoted to the senior team in 2009. His career was however cut short because of an injury, he announced his retirement from the sport in August 2019.
During his career he also went to feature for Bidvest, Polokwane City and Blomfontein Celtics. He also runs his footballing Academy, the Tlou Molekwane Football Academy in Polokwane. Molekwane will be hoping to help grow the Academy while helping the Ma-Indies.
Molekwane now joins the list of former Kaizer Chiefs players who have ventured into coaching. The list includes Doctor Khumalo, Donald "Ace Khuse", Neil Tovey, Steve Komphela, Arthur Zwane, Patrick Mabedi, Humphrey Mlwane and David Mathebula.
Source : https://www.soccerladuma.co.za/news/articles/local/categories/kaizer-chiefs/ex-chiefs-player-molekwane-lends-helping-hand-as-coach/695058
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