Former players need survival plans after football, even if you earned good money at Kaizer Chiefs.
FORMER KAIZER CHIEFS PLAYER BEGINS TRANSPORT BUSINESS
Ex-Kaizer Chiefs midfielder enforcer Willard Katsande first came out to introduce a clothing line before his official retirement from the game last season.
The 37-year-old Zimbabwean later revealed a development academy for young kids in Johannesburg. Now fast-forward a year and Katsande is talking about Toyota Quantums.
“2 Days to go. Just bought a fleet of these babies,” the former Chiefs star said on his Facebook.
“What business do you think I am starting? And my brother Baloyi has given me a new name called Tshepang,” Katsande added.
WHAT’S NEXT FOR AMAKHOSI?
Meanwhile, interim coach Cavin Johnson has two Soweto derbies coming up. Orlando Pirates will be first this weekend before Moroka Swallows on the 26th.
- Orlando Pirates, 11 November – FNB Stadium
- Moroka Swallows, 26 November – Dobsonville Stadium.