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Kaizer Chiefs legend Siphiwe Tshabalala has seemed confortable in retirement. Image: @KaizerChiefs / Twitter.

Kaizer Chiefs legend Shabba reveals his great idea after retirement

Kaizer Chiefs legend Siphiwe Tshabalala, affectionately known as “Shabba,” has revealed a unique idea for upcoming footballers.

Kaizer Chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs legend Siphiwe Tshabalala has seemed confortable in retirement. Image: @KaizerChiefs / Twitter.

Former Kaizer Chiefs star Siphiwe Tshabalala could be on to something here. He wants to take developmental tournaments to the next level.


As you may all be aware, the 37-year-old Bafana Bafana legend has not yet retired, he is simply not with any club since AmaZulu last season.

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But what is he planning when he is not busy keeping himself fit? 

According to the interview he delivered on Soccer Laduma a fortnight ago, the Kaizer Chiefs legend wants to open international doors for younger players.

“I’ve got my legacy project that I stil want to go full force in,” the Soweto-born player said.

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“Like your football tournaments, developments.

“But now, I want to expand my football tournament to an international stage so that I can give young ones an opportunity to launch their careers abroad an early stage.

“It’s an investment that I strongly believe will help our national team structures in future. I’m passionate about that,” he added.

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The 12-time PSL champions Kaizer Chiefs have another major transfer window waiting for them as of June 30. Who’s staying or leaving Naturena?

Kaizer Chiefs could part ways with some rather big-name players.

No less than seven senior footballers have their contracts ending in June. It is safe to say that the Glamour Boys will be the busiest club in the country.

With nearly into April and the fact that Amakhosi have not offered new deals or exercised options to renew speaks volumes. Many may exit Naturena. Read the full story here.

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