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Remember Mzansi legend Sbusiso Zuma? What really happened to him, find out now

With Siyabonga "Bhele" Nomvethe and Phumlani "BMX" Mkhize, he formed one of the Premier Soccer League's most lethal combinations in his debut season with African Wanderers. Before being noticed by Orlando Pirates in 1998, he played 71 games and scored 29 goals in three years with Abaqulisi.

After a successful stint with the Bucanners, he was rewarded with a move to FC Copenhagen in Denmark. When he was a member of the team, he grew as a player. A second Danish Championship was achieved during his time in charge. Fans voted him the best player to ever play for FC Copenhagen in 2006, and he came in first place.

Zuma said he had a good experience playing football while he was with FC Copenhagen. In 2005, he moved to Arminia Bielefeld, where he stayed for three years before returning to Bayern Munich. When Mamelodi Sundowns signed him in 2008, he returned to the Premier Soccer League (PSL). He would subsequently join Nordsjaelland in Germany in 2009, where he would remain until 2012.

Vasco Da Gama welcomed him back in 2010 and he spent one season there before returning to South Africa in 2011. Zuma went on to play for Supersport United until retiring in 2015. A career-threatening injury caused Zuma to quit football.

Zuma was declared bankrupt a year after he announced his retirement. The popular YouTube channel "Football Navigator" claims that, in 2016, he was forced out of his opulent Johannesburg home. As indicated in the source cited above, Pinetown, South Africa is where he was born and reared.

There's also been speculation that he's having financial difficulties. As a result of his financial difficulties, he has begun drinking ingudu, which approximately translates to quartz. As one of South Africa's highest-paid footballers, he used to frequent some of the country's greatest nightclubs during his playing days.


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