- Siyabonga Nomvethe says Kaizer Chiefs supporters have been begging for him to return to play for them
- The former Amakhosi striker retired from football while at AmaZulu last season
- Usuthu previously confirmed that they are looking to utilise Nomvethe in an off-field role, but he is now considering coming out of retirement
Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Siyabonga Nomvethe says that Amakhosi fans are still desperate for him to return to the club.
The former Bafana Bafana star enjoyed a glorious spell for Chiefs between 1998 and 2002, as he plundered 48 goals.
At the age of 41, Nomvethe claims that Chiefs supporters are still keen for him to return and retire at the club.
Nomvethe said, "Even now they are still crying Chiefs fans saying I must come back home. They are saying I must retire there at Chiefs."
KickOFF.com reported that Nomvethe is open to making a return to football after announcing his retirement at the end of last season.
Nomvethe has been sitting at home and feels his fitness makes him eligible for a swift return to action.
He said, "With the body I have I can still play another two to three years, I'm telling you."
Briefly.co.za understands that AmaZulu plan to utilise Nomvethe in a PR role, such as an ambassador.
However, it seems the former Premier Soccer League player of the season is chomping at the bit to make use of his skills.
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