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Tshabalala Shows Off Giant Mural In Soweto

Former Kaizer Chiefs great Siphiwe Tshabalala, one of the local game's most recognized characters, recently displayed a large billboard of himself. Examine it out! Tshabalala's impact in South African football will be spoken about for years to come, according to the former Glamour Boy. Shabba will be remembered as one of the most recognizable personalities in South African football, whether at the club level or for the national side.

Shabba's first World Cup goal on African soil in 2010 remains vivid in the minds of his loving supporters as one of his greatest moments of his career. Shabba's impressive tenure with Chiefs has seen him win two league titles, an MTN8 trophy, and a Telkom Knockout winners medal. Shabba's desire to work overseas was a major discussion point in his career. The move occurred when he left Amakhosi and joined with Erzurumspor in 2018, as he made the move to Turkey. Shabba returned to Mzansi in 2020 for a brief stay with AmaZulu.

Tshabalala, on the other hand, is still a popular figure in South African football, as seen by a billboard of him at the Nike Stadium in Soweto. Shabba came to Instagram, posing near the massive image, and cited phrases from the graphic, stating, "Destiny delayed is nit destiny denied, Happy Friday bana ba ko gae, simple simply..."

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