Kaizer Chiefs Katsande tshirts

Willard Katsande models his own tshirt design brand. Image: Willard Katsande /Facebook

Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder selling tshirts

Some footballers really take well to the world of business. An example is the former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Willard Katsande.

Kaizer Chiefs Katsande tshirts

Willard Katsande models his own tshirt design brand. Image: Willard Katsande /Facebook

There are limitless possibilities after professional football. Kaizer Chiefs legend Willard Katsande has explored the business of clothing.

KAIZER CHIEFS LEGEND WILLARD KATSANDE MODELS HIS TSHIRTS ON FACEBOOK

It has not been that long since the Amakhosi legendKatsande retired. The 38-year-old from Mutoko, Zimbabwe, who began his career in Mzansi with Ajax Cape Town (renamed to Cape Town Spurs) called it quits in July 2022 after a short spell with Sekhukhune United. The former Kaizer Chiefs number six swifty established his own clothing line named Boss Ya Mboka.

Check out the tshirts as shared on his Facebook page.

Former Kaizer Chiefs player Willard Katsande models his Boss Ya Mboka tshirts. Images: Facebook

KATSANDE’S CAREER IN NUMBERS

  • Gunners Harare (Zimbabwe Premier League) – Two appearances
  • Cape Town Spurs – 15 appearances
  • Kaizer Chiefs – 310 appearances with 18 goals and nine assists
  • Sekhukhune United – 19 appearances with one goal and one assist.

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FORMER AMAKHOSI GOALKEEPER SENDS MESSAGE TO CAVIN JOHNSON

There are uncertainties in the Kaizer Chiefs team positions. One of these is the goalkeeper role. Brian Baloyi has sent a plea to coach Cavin Johnson.

Kaizer Chiefs are still trying to build a winning team, and it includes the goalkeeping role. Bruce Bvuma and Brandon Petersen are yet to take full ownership of the opportunity. According to Brian Baloyi, the reserve youngster Bontle Molefe deserves a chance.

According the club’s former great goalkeeper, Baloyi, coach Johnson has given all the squad goalkeepers opportunities to wear the number one gloves, except for the 21-year-old Molefe.

“I think when I look at all the goalkeepers at Chiefs… All of them had their chance, except for the young goalkeeper Molefe,” Baloyi told FARPost.

“He needs someone with a big personality, we need a coach that can take a chance on the young boy. All of us including the ones that are playing, someone took a chance on them. I was hoping that the coach could take a chance on this young goalkeeper.

“Give him a chance in these few games so we can see if he has what it takes to fight for a place next season,” the former Kaizer Chiefs number one concluded.

With Bvuma and Petersen signing new contracts this season, should Amakhosi replace Khune with a new signing or promote Molefe? Let us know in the comments section below.