AmaZulu star George Maluleka. Image from Twitter@AmaZuluFootball

‘Highly Favoured’ – AmaZulu star shares career journey [watch]

Former Kaizer Chiefs star George Maluleka is making headlines after he shared his career journey from Pretoria University to AmaZulu.


AmaZulu star George Maluleka. Image from Twitter@AmaZuluFootball

Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder George Maluleka is topping trends after he shared a short clip of his life before and after fame.

The now-viral video has gained thousands of comments and reactions since it dropped.

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Taking to Instagram, the AmaZulu midfielder shared a clip before fame and how he became the superstar he is today.

He captioned the post: “Blessed and Highly favoured ♥️🙌🏾🙏🏾🤌🏾🔥💫🥺. NoMistakes12HighlyfavouredBlessed.”

In the now viral clip, the star shared pictures while she was young, during his early career with Ajax, his glorious days with Kaizer Chiefs and his stint with AmaZulu.

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No doubt the now-viral video has since relived some of the heroic moments in his controversial career. George Maluleka started his professional career with Polokwane University in 2006.

However, his flair and command of the game saw him securing a move to SuperSport United in 2009 before securing a permanent move to Ajax Cape Town. He returned to SuperSport United.

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In 2014, he joined Kaizer Chiefs and left the club in what was reported to be a dramatic move to Mamelodi Sundowns. However, in his recent interview, the star cleared the air about the dramatic transfer from Kaizer Chiefs to Mamelodi Sundowns.

Sundowns announce George Maluleka from Chiefs. Image from X@Masandawana

Looking back at the move, Maluleka told Cape Talk that there’s no bad blood between him and Amakhosi.

“There’s never grudges. One thing you learn in football, especially football, is to never burn bridges. Despite how it happened, the separation between the two parties. They’ve done so much for me, Kaizer Chiefs, and I played my heart out for them.”

“I know I left it all on the field for them,” Maluleka added.