We all know that soccer players are immune to spend money on things that the public rather deems as wasteful, such as expensive clothing and other material things.
One player in the PSL who does not shy away from spending the cash on clothes is Orlando Pirates Star player Thembinkosi Lorch, who is known to be one of the best dressed players in the modern Era.
Being seen wearing the most expensive clothes is something his followers are used to see, that is why it was no train smash to see him wearing a sneaker that amounts to R12, 000, just for a shoe. Imagine!
However, the players has the right to spend his hard earned money on anything that he wishes to spend his money on, just like any other employed person does when they get paid.
One would argue that players should be more concerned about saving their money, considering that a career in football is very short and one can find themselves without a job anytime due to injuries and age. However, no one would spend like someone who does not have money when they have it.
Lorch has been out of action for a while now because of an injury that he picked up while he was at home. News coming from the Pirates camp is that he is now recovered and could be making his way back into the pitch very soon. Their next match is one against a stubborn Stellenbosch side on Wednesday noon.
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