Mxolisi Macuphu, a centre-forward in Bidvest Wits football club, plays in the South African Premier League (ABSA). He is famously known for playing for Golden Arrows soccer team even though he has played for several local teams. The shocking Mxolisi Macuphu hijack case left Mzansi in shock. The player had to take a break from playing because of the trauma he experienced.
What happened to Mxolisi Macuphu? He missed a match in August 2020 because he was hijacked. Mxolisi Macuphu car was stolen. Bidvest Wits coach, Gavin Hunt, was the bearer of the sad news as he explained why two more prominent players were going to miss the Nedbank Cup semi-final match against Mamelodi Sundowns in Orlando Stadium. The cops recovered the player’s vehicle.
The incident happened a few months after Mxolisi Macuphu accident in Vosloorus. He was involved in a car crash while playing for SuperSport United on loan the previous soccer season. The player was not physically hurt in both incidences, but he was traumatized psychologically. In other Mxolisi Macuphu latest news, the player will be heading to TS Galaxy before the end of the year.
Mxolisi Macuphu profile summary
- Full name: Mxolisi Macuphu
- Date of birth: 12th May 1989
- Age: 31 years in 2020
- Career: Soccer player
- Nationality: South African
- Mxolisi Macuphu measurements: 181 cm height
- Mxolisi Macuphu Instagram: macuphu
Mxolisi Macuphu biography
What is Mxolisi Macuphu age? The star is 31 years old in 2020, and he was born on 12th May 1989 in Johannesburg, South Africa. The player shares pictures of his lovely family on his Instagram page. His career started at Twane University, and Lamontville Golden Arrows FC talent scouts noticed him in 2010 and signed him up in their team.
Mxolisi played in ABSA Premiership debut for the first time on 17th October 2010, where Golden Arrows and Bloemfontein Celtic had a 1-1 tie. He moved to Polokwane City in August 2013 and returned to Golden Arrows after a short time.
Other Mxolisi Macuphu teams he played for include Bay United (2013-2014), Sivutsa Stars FC (2014-2015), Jomo Cosmos (2015-2018), Chippa United (2017-2018), Bidvest Wits (2018-2019) and SuperSport United (2018/2019).
Mxolisi Macuphu is making significant progress in his career despite the challenges that he faces. There has been an increase in car hijacking cases in South Africa. Celebrities and wealthy people are the most targeted, but Mzansi hopes that the cops will work hard to lower the rates of this crime and make the criminals face the full wrath of the law.
Parents hold special places in their children's hearts. Lasizwe Dambuza broke down in the club when he remembered his parents. He lost his father this year while his mother passed away in 2016.
Briefly.co.za noted the sweet and empathetic side of South Africans towards their favourite YouTuber and social media influencer. They were quick to send him comforting messages, including hugs, flowers, and more emojis on social media.
Source: Briefly News