Thabo Matlaba is a professional football player who previously played for the Soweto based side Orlando Pirates Football Club before.
The South African defender is now in the books of the Soweto club Swallows Football Club, who were promoted two seasons ago.
Some of the players when they leave the big club, they normally struggle, but not Thabo Matlaba.
After parting ways with the Soweto giants Orlando Pirates, the Tembisa born star quickly sealed a deal with the Limpopo based side Black Leopards.
Black Leopards are now participating in the Glad Africa Championship, which is the 2nd division in South Africa.
They were relegated a season ago, and have not been really convincing in the Glad Africa Championship.
He joined Swallows last year around October. They were able to finish in the 7th position, sealing the place in the MTN8 competition.
The talented left back spent seven years at Orlando Pirates. Check out his pictures:
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