- South African world cup star Siphiwe Tshabalala is set to join AmaZulu amidst the teams' reform
- Luvuyo Memela who previously played for Orlando Pirates will also be making the big move
- The new placements come after the team underwent a few changes in order to bring it back to life by KwaZulu-Natal businessman Sandile Zungu
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Siphiwe Tshabalala once made South Africa very proud after scoring a goal during the 2010 Worldcup that was held in the country. The AmaZulu football team is looking to score some of that winning spirit by hiring the soccer hero.
It was recently reported that Tshabalala was already in Durban and ready to sign his contract with the team which is currently on a mission to make a comeback into the South African football competition after the team was bought by Kwa-Zulu-Natal businessman, Sandile Zungu.
Luvuyo Memela of Orlando Pirates is also said to have joined the AmaZulu on their mission to obtain football glory. Both players have already hit the fields in preparation for upcoming South African football matches.
The footballer took to Twitter to share the news, captioning the post, "The journey continues."
His fans took to the comment section to share their thoughts.
"Welcome back Shabba Im so disappointed in Chiefs for not taking you back...you played many years there loyal and delivered whenever given a job to deliver....But ya its part of the game yet I believe they should have take you back HOME. GOOD LUCK."
In other Briefly.co.za soccer news, Natasha Thahane has taken to social media to throw shade at Mamelodi Sundowns after they lost 1-0 to Bloemfontein Celtic on Sunday evening, 18 October. The stunner took to Twitter to shade Sundowns for losing the MTN 8 quarter-final encounter at the Lucas Moripe Stadium.
She took a jibe at the team for losing the game with three coaches on the bench. The actress said after the game:
"Imagine losing the game with 3 coaches. The Father, The Son & The Holy Spirit."
Sundowns' former head coach Pitso Mosimane recently left to coach Al Ahly. The team has now appointed three coaches - Manqoba Mnqithi, Rhulani Mokwena and Steve Komphela.
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