SuperSport United captain Dean Furman want to learn a local language

SuperSport United captain Dean Furman want to learn a local language

- Dean Furman has been in South Africa for three years now

- He is upset with himself for not having learnt at least one local language, but that is his goal this year

- The soccer star also recently married his long-term sweetheart who relocated with him in 2015

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SuperSport United captain Dean Furman relocated to South Africa in 2015. He fell in love with Mzansi and all the local culture immediately, but he is yet to learn a local language.

The soccer star is frustrated with himself for not have taken the time in three years, to lean just one local language, reported Sowetan Live.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Dean's goal this year to learn at least one local language.

Being a captain of a soccer team where most players speak at least one local language, he feels that it will allow him to communicate on another level with his team mates.

As most of his team speaks isiZulu, Dean feels that this is the one he should start with.

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Furman highlighted that Yeye and Thuso Phala will have to help him, but he is super keen to learn.

The 30-year-old soccer star also recently got married to his long-term Queen, Natasha, who relocated with him in 2015.

Natasha loves Mzansi just as much as Dean and they hope to stay here for many years to come.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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