Check out the pictures of Lehlohonolo Majoro that got everyone talking about
By Lisalihle | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 10924 views
Lehlohonolo Majoro who is also known as Major, is a South African well-known professional football player who play as a striker for Durban based side Amazulu Football Club.
The Ladybrand born striker has been one of the most deadliest strikers in the Premier Soccer League. He has got a chance to represent both the Soweto giants Kaizer chiefs and Orlando Pirates.
During his youth days, the 34-year old played for University of Free State, Bloemfontein Young Tigers, University of Johannesburg and also Highlands Park.
In 2010, Lehlohonolo Majoro joined Amazulu Football Club, which was the first senior club he played for in the Absa Premiership. A year later, he was signed by the Soweto giants Kaizer chiefs as the replacement of Knowledge Musona who moved to Europe.
After spending two years at Kaizer chiefs, the player decided against renewing the contract with the club. He then moved to their arch-rivals Orlando Pirates. Check out the pictures of Major:
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