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‘Salaries Don’t Match Spending 20k A Day And Big Cars’ Says Pirates’ Former Star

Orlando Pirates' previous star, Thandani Ntshumayelo, presently a Swallows FC player, has lifted the cover on improper ways of life among nearby footballers.

PLAYERS FAIL TO MANAGE MONEY SAYS FORMER ORLANDO PIRATES MIDFIELDER

Addressing the media in the wake of procuring another opportunity since he was restricted for quite some time for cocaine use, Ntshumayelo is left stressed over his companions.

"I think something like a psychological mentor is required in South African football since footballers are living with such countless tensions," Ntshumayelo told iDiskiTimes' Lethabo Kganyago in a meeting.

"Assuming that you keep an eye on Instagram, a few carry on with very surprising lives which don't match their compensations, driving enormous vehicles," the previous Orlando Pirates star proceeded.

"Like how we give our cash, we footballers approach our cash whenever, you can burn through R20k per day and nobody will let you know anything.

"So I figure youthful and forthcoming stars ought to be prepared and cautioned about such things since the beginning.

"It is exceptionally uncommon to find a South African player playing consistently at the high level in each game since there is a great deal of things that happen in the brain of a soccer player, a ton.

"They are frightened to discuss them," the 32-year-old from the Free State's Heilbron added.

NTSHUMAYELO: 'MY DAD BOUGHT ME A BMW, PAID FOR MY HOUSE'

In another new report, the ex-Orlando Pirates focal midfielder uncovered how his dad demonstrated a required legend when he was done for without pay.

"My dad was there. He said that I can't let practically everything I put in to get the house go down the channel," he said.


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