Siphiwe Tshabalala has no plans to retire just yet, Former Kaizer Chiefs star is looking for a new clubFootball
Kaizer Chiefs Starlet Jets Off to Spain With Barcelona and Real Madrid in His Sights
- Kaizer Chiefs' rising star Mduduzi Shabalala is aiming for the stars with European football in his immediate future
- Shabalala is set to jet off to Spain for trials with giants Real Madrid and Barcelona after a Covid-19 lockdown delay
- He has been in very good form in the DStv Challenge, recently scoring a hat-trick for the Amakhosi in a thrilling 5-4 loss against Royal AM
Young Kaizer Chiefs wizard Mduduzi Shabalala is off to Spain to train with Real Madrid and Barcelona.
Shabalala has been in fine form for the Amakhosi's DStv Diski Challenge, with him recently scoring a hat-trick against Royal AM in a highly entertaining 5-4 defeat last weekend.
“His trip was postponed due to Covid-19 but they have written to us requesting that he vaccinates, and he has done that. What’s left is for them to tell us when he should come. It’s a great opportunity because he will get the chance to be seen by different teams and he may not come back because of his talent.”
Khumalo had encouraging words for Shabalala, saying that the 2020 U17 COSAFA Cup player of the tournament would be welcomed back at the club if things did not work out.
"If he doesn’t succeed, he will come back and continue his development at Naturena because he’s an amazing talent that’s rare in Mzansi. Being named player of the tournament at the Cosafa Cup tournament meant a lot, and it wasn’t by a mistake.
"What’s good is that he’s playing for Kaizer Chiefs where there is pressure; that will help him settle.”
Orlando Pirates' Boitumelo Radiopane Earns Praise, Royal AM Beats Chiefs AGAIN!
Red-hot Orlando Pirates striker Boitumelo Radiopane was the talk of town in the latest round of the DStv Diski Challenge.
As reported on Sports Brief, Radiopane netted a brace in a 3-2 away win against Mamelodi Sundowns to keep the Young Bucs atop the log table, three points ahead of surprise packages Stellenbosch FC.
Thabiso Monyane scored the other, while Riandre Vries and Kabelo Moagi were on the scoresheet for Masandawana.