Reneilwe Yeye Letsolanyane is a retired South African professional football player who has done well for himself in the industry of football.
After playing in the Premier Soccer League for almost 20 years, the former Kaizer Chiefs Football Club and SuperSport United midfielder thought it is time for him to call it a day.
Reneilwe Letsolanyane retired at the end of the 2019/20 season.
Well, he might have retired, but his football playing style is adored by many people.
Before retiring, the midfielder was rumoured to be offered a contract by the DR Congo side, TP Mazembe, however, the move did not happen.
The 39-year old eight years at the Phefeni side, before leaving them for SuperSport United.
However, his love for Amakhosi is still pure. Most of the time, he wears Kaizer Chiefs Football Club jerseys.
It is highly possible that he grew up supporting it because he grew up in Soweto, where Amakhosi are also based.
Check out some of his pictures:
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