Themba Zwane has been an objective for Kaizer Chiefs since he was with Clive Barker at Mpumalanga Black Aces five years prior, however the arrangement fell through in light of the fact that he was at that point a Mamelodi Sundowns player at that point.
The accompanying season, Mamelodi Sundowns reviewed him, and he has been a normal and significant player for Sky is the Limit from that point onward. At the point when he isn't playing, you can tell he isn't there due to an absence of innovativeness in the pack for a Pretoria-based outfit.
Themba, otherwise called Mshishi, has achieved a ton with Mamelodi Sundowns. As a player, he won each individual honor aside from top objective scorer, and with the group, they won each homegrown cup and every Continental cup, and there isn't a lot of he can say he didn't achieve.
Bobby Motaung and Themba Zwane's representative met to examine an expected arrangement wherein Zwane would join Kaizer Chiefs. His agreement with Mamelodi Sundowns lapses toward the finish of the flow season.
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