Yeye Doubling Up At TS Galaxy
Posted: 23 December 2020
TS Galaxy’s veteran midfielder Reneilwe Letsholoyane says he is not yet ready to retire from professional football yet, but he is rather helping the next generation of stars at the club.
Yeye, as he is affectionately known, is bringing in two aspects of the game to The Rockets when asked about his duties at the Tim Sukazi-owned football club, saying;
“Most definitely, now is not only about focusing on playing. I’ve done this for years now, and at some point I know that I will retire, but it’s not the time right now.
“My duty now obviously is to play, but as well to guide and to assist…to be sort of a link between the technical team and the players. I mean players relate more with another player, so I can help with passing information to other players. My leadership is more to do things and others to follow, not to sulk but give more effort,” concluded Yeye.
The former Jomo Cosmos, Kaizer Chiefs and SuperSport United star, now 38, harbours no hopes of hanging his boots at the minute and says he can continue for at least two more seasons in the top-flight.
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