- Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala has wished his former club teammate Reneilwe Letsholonyane a happy 39th birthday
- Tshabalala took to Instagram to share a sweet message to his old and favourite friend, Letsholonyane, and asked Mzansi to also post their comments
- Looking at the reactions, the post reached Mzansi’s famous musician Arthur Mafokate and Amakhosi midfielder Willard Katsande, among others
Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala has wished his ex-teammate Reneilwe Letsholonyane, who is enjoying his 39th birthday. Tshabalala took to social media to remind the country about one of the finest legends.
‘Yeye’ is entering a new age and the AmaZulu midfielder has loaded a number of images on his Instagram page. The dreadlocked stars were also teammates for Bafana Bafana during the iconic 2010 FIFA World Cup tournament that was staged for the first time on the African continent.
The post reads on Instagram:
“Please join me in wishing my Fantastic Fabulous Favourite Friend @reneilwe06 a happy birFday. Ncela sithi hoooraaay.”
South Africans join in
“Happy birthday big bro.”
“Happy birthday bro @reneilwe06, more blessings as always.”
“His teeer. My brothers. Love n light. Happy birthday Yeye.”
“Happy birthday to one of the best to ever grace the field of play.”
“My best favourite Kaizer Chiefs legends ever.”
“Sithi hooooooooraaaaaayyyyyyyyyy @reneilwe06.”
“Happy cake day and may God bless.”
“The most humble and talented soccer star SA has ever produced... happy birthday Yeye.”
Chiefs confirm Baxter’s return
In other news regarding Chiefs, Briefly News reported that Amakhosi have announced the appointment of former coach Stuart Baxter to replace Gavin Hunt.
Hunt was sacked by the Soweto giants more than a week ago. The appointment comes after huge speculation regarding the future of the English manager and Baxter returns to Amakhosi for his second stint.
Chiefs confirmed the former SuperSport United mentor's arrival on their official Twitter page on Wednesday afternoon.
The DStv Premiership side is through to the semi-finals of the CAF Champions League and the former Bafana mentor is expected to guide the club to the final.
Baxter’s return to the Glamour Boys comes a few days after the club announced the hiring of Molefi Ntseki as the head of technical and youth structures.
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