- Former Sundowns player has opened up about being called a traitor for moving from Chiefs
- He admitted that his decision was influenced by money
- The club-less player has no regrets and has learnt from the experience
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George Lebese has finally opened up about his controversial departure from Kaizer Chiefs to Sundowns. He said that he gave in to temptation.
His revelation comes after he left Mamelodi Sundowns three months ago. The player is currently without a club.
Lebese moved to the Brazilians from Naturena in 2017 but failed to make a solid impact in hte team. Speaking in an interview with Robert Marawa, the 30-year-old admitted to having made a mistake. He said the decision was too quick and influenced by money.
The soccer player said that he was still happy at Chiefs at the time of his move but he was given an offer he couldn't refuse. Lebese admits that he had a lot of expectations joining Sundowns and he knew that a lot was expected of him. He knew that many Chiefs fans called him a traitor.
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He has no regrets and has learnt from this experience. The winger did add that he probably wouldn't make the same decision again.
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