Former Orlando Pirates player Thamsanqa Gabuza seems to have rejuvenated his career at SuperSport United.
Having left Orlando Pirates unceremoniously a few seasons ago, Gabuza is indeed on a trajectory rise.
He recently showed what his all about after he was pictured in a Ford Mustang.
The Mustang is one of the most powerful cars on the planet and it is usually owned by money makers.
Gabuza is known for having previously driven a black Jeep.
A number of PSL personalities have driven the car in the past.
AmaZulu’s Bongi Ntuli, Jabu Mahlangu, Doctor Khumalo, Teko Modise as well as Orlando Pirates who did their 2019/20 kit drop in a bold orange model of the car, all drove the sports car at one stage.
The Ford Mustang also does not come cheap. It is prized at a staggering R800 000. This just goes on to show that the local Premiership can indeed be very rewarding.
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