Former Kaizer Chiefs player Simpiwe Tshabalala’s time might be coming to an end. The 36 year old from Soweto is becoming old news as his legs are getting tired.
“It doesn’t look like Shabba will see the end of his contract at Usuthu, there are so many things that are happening at the club and he seems to be struggling to finish training sessions ever since he arrived at the club,” an insiders reveals to KickOff.com.
It is believed that Shabba is not part of the plans of the newly appointed coach, Benni McCarthy. High chances are that he will not make it through his entire contract; as it has been reported that he is struggling to say fit and easily get exhausted during training sessions.
Shabba was signed by former Amazulu FC head coach Ayanda Dlamini; with the hope that his vast experience will come in handy for the KwaZulu-Natal based club.
However that did not materialise as he is struggling to get game time, due to his lack of fitness.
Tshabalala being one of the most well known and most decorated South African footballers of his generation, was the first player to make his international debut while still playing in the NFD.
At 90 caps, he is the second most capped player of the South African National team.
“Shabba has been in and out of Gauteng, he doesn’t look like an Usuthu player anymore,” says the source. His glory days on the pitch might be coming to an end.
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