- Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Reneilwe Letsholonyane has hinted that he has decided to hang up his boots with a video showing off his many soccer shirts
- The dreadlocked superstar’s latest social media has since attracted a number of reactions from many of his Bafana Bafana and Chiefs fans
- On the same note, the Soweto-born legend's clip has also grabbed the attention of football writers from a number of publications
Former Bafana Bafana midfielder Reneilwe Letsholonyane has dropped a hint that he has retired from the beautiful game. The dreadlocked anchorman has shared a video clip displaying a collection of football jerseys.
‘Yeye’ took to Instagram and Twitter to show off a number of shirts ranging from his days with the national team as well as with Kaizer Chiefs.
Some of the shirts come from his opponents whom he has graced the field of play with or against. The Soweto-born legend was recently on the books of TS Galaxy in the DStv Premiership and was mostly excused to focus on his coaching studies.
The post reads:
“Enjoy the retirement legend. You bow out with the class that you conducted your career with. Thanks, I enjoyed the football immensely, especially that clash with Seydou Keita at the 2013 Nations Cup.”
"Been an honour documenting your career, Grootman! I’m sure it will not end here and you’ll continue to be part of our beautiful game, so here’s to the next chapter and wishing you all of the very best!”
"Uyibekile induku ebandla grootman, here's to a new journey and a brighter future.”
"Great One Yeye. It's a beginning of a new chapter.”
"Just remembered this clip from the late Cebo Maanyapelo.”
"Kevin De Bryune is what he is today because of watching your videos.....”
"What a beautiful exit Yeye, thank you for the memories... I enjoyed watching you mesmerize the middle of the park even though I didn't like the fact that you played for Chiefs because I dislike that team with passion...Good luck in your new life endeavours champ.”
Kaizer Chiefs appoint Kaizer Motaung Jnr as new sporting director ahead of DStv Premiership
In other related articles on football, Briefly News published an article that Kaizer Chiefs have announced the appointment of former striker Kaizer Motaung Junior as the new club’s sporting director.
The Soweto giants made the announcement on Thursday. Amakhosi took to social media to unveil the new director who has valuable experience when it comes to football matters, both on and off the field of play.
The Soweto giants are seriously plotting a comeback next season and this appointment comes after the club announced Stuart Baxter as the new coach last month.
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