- Currently contracted to AmaZulu, midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala has credited his former Kaizer Chiefs teammate Reneilwe Letsholonyane
- The Bafana Bafana legend, Tshabalala, says he is honoured to have played with the Soweto-born icon, Letsholonyane
- Many of the duo’s fans have also taken to social media to reminisce about the two iconic international players
AmaZulu midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala has showered his former Kaizer Chiefs teammate Reneilwe Letsholonyane with praise following his retirement. The Bafana Bafana icon says he was honoured to play together with the dreadlocked legend.
‘Shabba’ posted a very sweet message on Instagram and tagged the former footballer.
The two players are credited for having played a crucial role for the Soweto giants in the past few seasons as they collected a number of trophies under coach Stuart Baxter.
The post reads:
"Honoured to have been a part of your glittering football journey. You have a good story to tell. The journey continues."
“Shabba and Yeye was the best combo in football. You guys killed a lot of teams.”
“One of the goats from 2010.”
“Happy retirement to Yeye.”
“Thank you so much Legend.”
“One of the best Kaizer Chiefs players.”
“Peace to the legend himself.”
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The former Mamelodi Sundowns boss is now preparing to face another South African side in the CAF Champions League. The Red Devils have reached the final of the continental tournament for the second time in a row and will contest the final against Kaizer Chiefs.
The clash comes after ‘Jingles’ beat Sundowns in the quarter-finals of the tournament via a 2-1 scoreline on aggregate.
"I see a future star there.”
“No one can do anything better than you coach.”
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Source: Sports Brief News