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PLS Players Who Are Now Broke

By wealth to rags, this is how we describe the lives of most footballers in Mzanzi. Most people feel that as an athlete, you'll come up with a good deal of money, especially when you're affiliated with the most recognizable team or country wide team. This idea may be true; however, the secret to success lies in having the skills to manage money. Because of a deficiency of this skill, some of the most talented players go broke after retirement. This set of bankrupt South African-american PSL footballers will highlight the value of the problem.

Siphiwe Tshabalala not too long ago spoke about the plight of launched onto impoverished footballers. He mentioned that players spend more than half their amount of time in the sport just to go broke. He also dealt with the need to change the story, saying most footballers are so preoccupied with wealth and flashy lifestyles that they don't think of the lives in retirement.

1. Thembinkosi "Terror" Fantney.

Fantney is a talented striker who represented his country in the 08 Africa Cup of Nations and this year's FIFA Confederations Cup. In His home country of israel he played for Ajax Cape Community, Bidvest Wits, Orlando Pirates and Maccabi Haifa. The talented striker lives a lavish lifestyle and when he is not linked to any team, they loses the assets she has built way up over time. In a 2014 employment interview, he admitted he was struggling to make ends meet. That's how they ended up on the now under roster of former PSL players.

2. Lerato Chabangu.

Lerato Chabangu is the midfield maestro for the Moroka Swallows and Mamelodi Sundowns. At the grow older of thirty-four, he is struggling to maintain his career due to bad life judgements he made and professing everything he had accumulated before. They is currently employed by Baberwa FC and hopes his second chance will change his story. Talking about the large number of former PSL players which are now bankrupt.

3. Benedict Villakazi.

Benedict Villakazi is a retired midfielder who may have played for a number of clubs including the Orlando Pirates, Mamelodi Sunset and the Botswana Meat Authorities. The star has a bright future. However, his light has dimmed thanks to a series of disciplinary circumstances he has been involved in. They eventually retired at the age of thirty. He appeared on a TELEVISION SET show in 2019 and revealed how he was spending his money.

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