- Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala is receiving all the encouraging comments on his latest social media post
- Tshabalala recently took his son on a bicycle ride around their hood and he says it was a priceless time for him
- Amakhosi fans are now sharing their thoughts and some say the young man has grown up so quickly
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Retired Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana Bafana midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala headed online to post a cool snap with his son. The dreadlocked legend is a fan of cycling and recently took his boy on a ride in their area.
The former 2010 FIFA World Cup star player for Bafana is now receiving all the positive remarks on his social media post via Instagram. ‘Shabba’ can also be seen in another photograph on the same social networking application posing with his bike in a full cyclist’s outfit.
As the man is not busy on the field of play and football commitments, he is still involved with the game off the field of play.
The former Amakhosi skipper and fan favourite is also busy with many projects such as Hollywood bets. In another viral post, he is seen reminiscing with Reneilwe Letshlonyane and Banyana Banyana legend, Portia Modise. He wrote on his page:
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The post reads:
“Ama Swazi amahle.”
“Shabba and Shabba jnr.”
“The Tshabalala Boys.”
“Like father, like son.”
“Legends must always do this.”
“Is this the same guy who once ran after your car wearing a diaper?”
“Whoops, Mr Ntwezimnandi is this Owethu? Haybo kids of today are growing faster yhuuu.”
“Love it Shabba.”
Kaizer Chiefs legend Siphiwe Tshabalala pays tribute to retired Reneilwe Letsholonyane
Looking at other stories on the legend, Briefly News published that AmaZulu midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala has showered his former Kaizer Chiefs teammate Reneilwe Letsholonyane with praise following his retirement.
The Bafana Bafana icon says he was honoured to play together with the dreadlocked legend.
‘Shabba’ posted a very sweet message on Instagram and tagged the former footballer.
The two players are credited for having played a crucial role for the Soweto giants in the past few seasons as they collected a number of trophies under coach Stuart Baxter.
"Honoured to have been a part of your glittering football journey. You have a good story to tell. The journey continues."