Biography of Lawrence Tshabalala,Origin,Education,Clubs,Net worth,Awards,Family


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here please subscribe and turn on the notification so you don’t miss our next video. Biography of Lawrence Siphiwe Tshabalala Lawrence Siphiwe Tshabalala, a South African
professional football midfielder, was born on September, 25th,1984. He plays for the South African national football
team, and the Turkish football club, Büyükşehir Belediye Erzurumspor. Tshabalala was born in Phiri, Soweto, South
Africa, to Isaac Tshabalala and Rebecca Hadifele (née Makhubu). He is the older of two children ― his younger
sister is Mpumi. Tshabalala grew up living with his cousins
and sister. His father was a taxi driver who provided
for the entire family from his earnings. He attended Seanamarena Secondary School in
Phiri, Soweto, and he aspired to be a chartered accountant at the time. Tshabalala was one of the first players to
join the national team while playing in the National First Division. He made his national team debut in a friendly
match against Egypt on January, 14th, 2006. Tshabalala was part of the South African squad
at the 2006 African Nations Cup, the 2008 edition, the 2013 African Nations Cup, and
the 2009 FIFA ― Confederations Cup. In 2010, Tshabalala gained his 50th cap for
South Africa. He scored the first goal of the 2010 FIFA
World Cup against Mexico in the 55th minute. The game ended at a 1–1 draw, and that goal
got nominated for goal of the year by FIFA. Tshabalala played at the Kaizer Chiefs Academy,
where players with excellent football skills are assisted in achieving their football ambition,
while they also acquire some academic knowledge. After some struggles, he advanced to the senior
team of the academy. Tshabalala strived to perform excellently
at Kaizer Chiefs, and he scored many goals, and even won the Player of the Year award
at the Kaizer Chiefs Awards Ceremony. He also bagged some other awards such as the
Website Player of the Year, Goal of the Season, and Readers’ Choice awards. On August, 25th, 2015, Tshabalala scored a
fantastic goal that attracted some attention. The goal came in a 4–0 win over Free State
Stars F.C., at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg, the same stadium where Tshabalala scored a
similar goal against Mexico in the 2010 World Cup. It was on the 28th of August, 2018 that Kaizer
Chiefs announced that Tshabalala would be leaving for Turkish side Büyükşehir Belediye
Erzurumspor. At this time, Tshabalala had garnered much
popularity and accolades in his career. Tshabalala is one of the most famous and most
decorated South African footballers. He was the first footballer to make his international
debut while he still played in the National First Division. He played at three African Cup of Nations
editions and the 2010 FIFA World Cup where he scored the first goal on 11th June, 2010,
which got him nominated for the FIFA Puskás Award. A man named Samson Nangani, from Limpopo,
South Africa, claimed that Tshabalala was his child, and that he lost contact with his
mother while she was pregnant, however, Tshabalala denied being his son. Tshabalala was in a love scandal with Zanele
Khanye Skhosana, and former Atlético Madrid academy player, Robin Ngalande, was also allegedly
in an affair with her. It was even said that one of them allegedly
impregnated her. Tshabalala`s first child, Owami, was born
on the 6th of February, 2015. He had this son with a former Miss South Africa,
Bokang Montjane, whom he had been dating since 2012. They got married in 2016. Tshabalala’s mother, Rebecca Hadifele, died
on December, 5th, 2010, after a head injury which she suffered at a bridal shower she
attended. Siphiwe Tshabalala’s net worth is $5 million. Did you Know? · Benni McCarthy, a South African former
footballer, is one of Tshabalala`s inspirations. · Tshabalala was once described as “a tricky
winger with pace and can deliver fantastic crosses. His left boot can pack a powerful shot and
he is a great option for set pieces as he has the ability to bend the ball.” · In October 2009, Tshabalala and Arsenal’s
Cesc Fàbregas were the first two players to launch the new Nike CTR360 Maestri boots. · Some people call Tshabalala “Shabba.” · Tshabalala and his wife have a clothing
business called SB Kids. · He was highly criticised when he was about
to join the Turkish Club, Erzurumspor, however, he remained unbothered. What’s your take on Tshabalala as an African
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