- The 1996 CAF African Cup of Nations winner with Bafana Bafana has taken to his Instagram page to share lovely pictures with family
- Dubbed as the Chief in England by Leeds United fans, Radebe is still a hit with local fans after playing for giants such as Kaizer Chiefs
- While many admired the images and praised him as a legend, some of the followers reminded Radebe that he still has a place in England with Leeds
Former Bafana Bafana and Kaizer Chiefs defender Lucas Radebe is still a hit with his fans even though he has retired from the game.
The lanky 1966 CAF African Cup of Nations winner with Bafana recently took time out to have fun with his family.
‘Rhoo’ is one of the longest-serving and talented footballers the country has ever produced and it’s not a surprise that he is still adored by many in Mzansi.
After celebrating his birthday a few days ago turning 52, the former Leeds United skipper in the English Premier League has impressed his fans who posted their views on Instagram.
His post is captioned ‘family time’ and comments have come from as far as England where some of the fans said the Soweto-born icon is still part of Leeds.
“You are part of the Leeds' family.”
“The Chief. Thank you, for service to Leeds United an inspirational man.”
“Have a good time with my captain.”
@Montefisto 1969 said:
“Looking good Lucas, lovely family.”
“Here is South African football future boss.”
In other stories, Briefly News reported that former Bafana defenders Rudolph Seale and Willem Jackson took time out to remember fallen legend John Shoes Moshoeu.
This website authored a piece on the former Amakhosi midfielder who passed away in 2015 and Briefly News looked at the life and times of one of the most decorated players in South African football history.
His former teammates Seale and Jackson exclusively spoke to Briefly News as they reminisced about the moments they spent with the former Chiefs icon, saying he was a man of many languages.
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