Soccer stars who are serious about their futures fight hard to make sure that they have something to fall back on when their careers come to an end, the only way to do that being the launching of side businesses when they are still getting a monthly salary.
When Kaizer Chiefs made the big call to part ways with one of their longest serving players Willard Katsande, it seemed like a wake up call for the Zimbabwean, as to say that one does not have to be comfortable being where they are because nothing in life is guaranteed to last forever.
The 36 years old Zimbabwean has publicly turned himself into a businessman, launching a clothing label, followed by a construction company called Katsande Partners which deals with painting buildings and renovations.
To show that his business is legit and is going well so far, Katsande clinched a big job to renovate former Orlando Pirates captain Lucky Legwhathi's restaurant, which was vandalised during the looting that took place in South Africa over the arrest of former President Jacob Zuma.
This will undoubtedly put Katsande's business on the map if he pulls off a good job that will impress Legwhathi and have his business looking new once again.
Katsande currently plays for PSL rookies Sekhukhune United and is tipped to make a sensational return to Kaizer Chiefs in the near future, but as to which role that will be in remains to be seen when the current season comes to an end.
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