Bad News! Ex-Chiefs player will never play for Amazulu. His career is fully destroyed.
By ThaboMandla | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 2396 views
The Amakhosi legend Simphiwe Tshabalala has been sitting on the bench for Usuthu. They are not looking like they will use him In their squad anytime soon. He might retire on the bench.
Simphiwe Tshabalala is well-known worldwide with the first South African stunner goal against Mexico in the 2010 FIFA world cup. Tshabalala is holding a very strong experience which might be needed by any of the Premier Soccer League(PSL) team.
He has beautiful goals and a beautiful assist for his former club Kaizer Chiefs. Ndlovu does not believe that Amazulu bought Shabba to use him in any match but believes that he can contribute more to the team.
It seems like signing for the Amazulu team has destroyed the beautiful talent that everyone was wishing to see from the good midfielder.
The man concluded that Tshabalala can still contribute more to the team, he can inspire young stars. There are more roles that he can play.
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