- South African football legend Siphiwe Tshabalala of AmaZulu has shared an impressive snap of his lux shoe collection
- Formerly on the books of Kaizer Chiefs, the dreadlocked Tshabalala has left many followers begging for a pair while some admired him
- 'Shabba', as Tshabalala is known, remains a key figure in the football fraternity and many believe the Usuthu star should consider doing some charity work
AmaZulu midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala does not only have dazzling skills and an eye for a good pass on the field of play but also has an impressive shoe collection.
The former Kaizer Chiefs skipper went to post on his Instagram page to show off floor-to-ceiling racks of shoes in every shape and colour, mostly sneakers.
In his latest post captioned, "@airmaxalways day?", 'Shabba' has left his followers stunned with many appreciating the collection.
While some expressed their affection for the 2010 FIFA World Cup star, some suggested they were coming only for a pair of shoes.
"I'm coming for one pair?”
@SphiweMatie_Mabaso joined the conversation:
“Can I have one shelf of sneakers?”
@Jalie_ZA admired the legendary left-footed player:
“Top goal scorer yet of all time?"
@Clement_Mokhari urged the Usuthu campaigner to consider giving to the needy, likely meaning himself:
“Giving to the needy will add more to you Shabba.”
“Easy just, grootman laka (my brother), yesterday was watching those games while you were a Chiefs player, those derbies.”
@Lethabo_Accuracy echoed Mokhari's sentiments:
“It's awesome Siphiwe. I urge you that if you spend without using any of your pair of sneakers. Please re-evaluate it's necessity and you may use the circle around you to do charity work. All the best our 2010 FIFA Soccer world Cup tournament scorer, thanks for your humble life.”
“Ntho tse monate (nice things). You're a legend Baba.”
Briefly.co.za recently reported on the dreadlocked star who rejoiced over his goalscoring record for the Soweto giants. Famously known as 'Shabba' in football circles, the 36-year-old took to his Instagram page to rejoice over his accomplishments at Naturena.
The former Free State Stars skipper has netted 58 goals for the Gold-and-Black in a career that spanned over a decade with the Soweto bigshots.
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