Siphiwe Tshabalala Has No Plans to Retire Just Yet, Former Kaizer Chiefs Star Is Looking for a New Club
- Siphiwe Tshabalala doesn't plan on retiring anytime soon and wants to share his knowledge with youngsters
- The former Kaizer Chiefs star hasn't played a game since he was released by Amazulu before the start of the season
- Siphiwe Tshabalala's representative said that the former Bafana player has no plans to hang up his boots just yet
Former Bafana player and Kaizer Chiefs player Siphiwe Tshabalala may be 37-years-old but he has no plans of retiring anytime soon according to the player's agent.
Tshabalala has been without a club since he was released by Amazulu before the start of the current Premier Soccer League (PSL) season.
Tshabalala represented South Africa for 11 years IOL reported and his screamer against Mexico in the 2010 World Cup will always be a highlight for many Bafana fans.
Since his release from Amazulu, Tshabalala has not played a professional game leading many to believe that he had retired or was at least considering hanging up his boots.
But speaking to KickOff his representative Jazzman Mahlakgane said that the former Kaizer Chiefs player had no thoughts about retiring anytime soon.
"He has not (retired). But I don’t want to start any conversations about Shabba at the moment because I might get distracted as we are currently busy working on something for him."
While Tshabalala may not be in his prime anymore, he still has plenty of experience and is hoping to share that with youngsters at whichever club he next signs for.
Diski Challenge: Orlando Pirates' Boitumelo Radiopane earns praise, Royal AM beats Chiefs again
In other local football news, red-hot Orlando Pirates striker Boitumelo Radiopane was the talk of the town for his performances in the latest round of the DStv Diski Challenge, Sports Brief earlier reported.
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.
According to KickOff, this was the visitors' seventh win on the bounce, while the unusually off-colour Sundowns lost their fourth match in a row. Also, the Diski Challenge's Twitter account revealed that Radiopane was now joint top goalscorer with Stellenbosch striker Fuad Johnson on nine goals each.