- Thabo Rakhale has revealed in an interview that he would join Kaizer Chiefs if they approached him
- 30-year-old Rakhale recently signed with Limpopo-based Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila
- Although Rakhale admitted that a Chiefs move has been a rumour since 2018, he could possibly debut for Tshakhuma this weekend
Thabo Rakhale has opened up about his move to Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila. The former Orlando Pirates stated that he wouldn't be deterred from joining Kaizer Chiefs despite the known rivalry between Amakhosi and the Bucs.
The 30-year-old reportedly joined the Limpopo-based team after being sidelined following his departure from Chippa United in July.
Rakhale was linked to a Kaizer Chiefs move before signing for Tshakhuma. Although he is signed to Tshakhuma, he admitted that Chiefs' interest in him was just a rumour. He added that it has been a rumour since 2018.
In an interview with SAfm, Rakhale said he would consider playing for Chiefs if they approached him. The South African reported that Rakhale could possibly debut for Tshakhuma this weekend when they face Baroka FC.
In other soccer news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the best Saffa players making us proud overseas. South Africa is home to some of the most talented sportsmen and Bafana Bafana, the country's football team, has moulded some of the most successful footballers.
The best part about it is the opportunities that some of the footballers have secured abroad. The details of South African players abroad that make us proud will enlighten you on how lucrative the sport is.
Topping this list is Khanya Leshabela who is a dynamic and tactical midfielder who boasts of a nice touch of the ball. He is currently affiliated with Leicester City.
Thabo Cele is another one of the South African players abroad in 2020. The twenty-three-year-old started his football career in 2016 when he joined Real SC after leaving the KwaZulu Natal Academy. In 2017, Cele joined Benfica B, and one year later, he joined Real SC.
Keanin Ayer Boya is another one of the youngest but the most talented South African footballers who seem to have a promising future awaiting them. The 21-year-old star in the making turned around his turbulent upbringing by seeking solace in football.
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