- AmaZulu veteran midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala still has what it takes to dazzle his fans as he shared a video on social media
- ‘Shabba’ was dressed in an AmaZulu kit and scored a beautiful goal to amaze his fans on Instagram
- The former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder, Tshabalala is somehow sending a message to Orlando Pirates, whom they'll be facing on Thursday
AmaZulu stalwart Siphiwe Tshabalala has sent a strong warning to Orlando Pirates whom they face on Thursday in the DStv Premiership.
The Usuthu star has taken to social media to strut his stuff in the training ground, much to the amazement of his fans.
Formerly on the books of Kaizer Chiefs, 'Shabba' still remains a hit with many in the football fraternity and the comments on his video are a proof of that.
Although he has not featured much for the Benni McCarthy-coached side, the 36-year-old could be given a run against the wounded Buccaneers at Orlando Stadium. Posted Tshabalala:
“Good morning. Strive for progress not perfection.”
“Ntho tse Monate @siphiweshabba.”
“Talk about a Godly gift.”
“Wow amazing Shabba.”
“Well executed Shabba.”
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“I thought you gonna take that corner kick with your right foot.”
“Kushode lempahla ka2010.”
“What a skill.”
In other sports stories, the Premier Soccer League has announced the PSL Award nominees. The ceremony will be held on Sunday, 6 June.
Usuthu coach McCarthy has been nominated for the Coach of the Season against Mamelodi Sundowns duo in Manqoba Mngqithi and Rhulani Mokwena as well as Mandla Ncikazi of Golden Arrows.
Briefly News also reported that Tshabalala recently showed a collection of expensive sneakers on social media, the AmaZulu midfielder was at it once again.
The former Kaizer Chiefs captain decided to drop a number of images on his Instagram page in which he displays a number of flashy cars.
Ranging from the luxurious Range Rover to a VW Golf GTI and an Audi, ‘Shabba’ remains a star on and off the field of play.
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