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Ex-Chiefs Star Set To Move To America For Good?

Life has a way of taking people through hell, just to get them to a place where they never in their wildest thoughts could ever think they would go in their careers and lives.

The story of Zimbabwean soccer player who was deemed surplus to requirements is now based overseas and now facing a big possibility of living in the United States Of America on a permanent basis.

The 26 years old Bulawayo born defender joined Kaizer Chiefs in 2017 from Zimbabwean outfit Chicken Inn. He went on to make 26 appearances accompanied with a solitary goal, that before he was shown the door two years later.

From there on he moved to Yeni Malatyaspor in Europe's Turkey where he spent two years as well, making 56 appearances and scoring two goals in the process.

Things have been going well for him ever since that as he now finds himself in the United States Of America playing for Houston Dynamo. For him it was a dream move as it meant he could move there with his family on a permanent basis.

"When my agent contacted me that there was an offer from America, I told him to wait because I wanted to see if better offers would come, but I loved the country."

"I can move here permanently with my family and my children can get the best education here. In Turkey they struggled to speak the language there but in America we speak English. The team have been good to me and are assisting me in moving my family here for good, " explained Hadebe.

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