Ex Bafana Bafana player, Dean Furman announces move to finance sector after football

Ex Bafana Bafana player, Dean Furman is about to join a new profession in the finance sector of the country.

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FORMER SUPERSPORT AND BAFANA BAFANA PLAYER FURMAN TO LEAVE FOOTBALL

Furman, 33, is on the verge of switching from a tracksuit to a shirt and tie after a few seasons in England’s lower leagues.

“I am thrilled to finally announce my new career as a financial advisor with Game Plan Financial,” Furman said in a social media announcement.

“I am incredibly proud of everything I have achieved in my professional football career and will look back on it with some brilliant memories.

“Whilst the day has not quite arrived to hang up my boots, the time has come to start focusing on life after football.”

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STILL CONNECTED TO FOOTBALL

Furman’s company is connected to football, according to Kick Off’s brief research. The former Bafana Bafana captain may be moving to the financial world.

According to Gameplan’s website, the organization has a team of “present and former elite athletes who now specialize in offering customised financial guidance and security” to other athletes and clients,” according to the outlet.

For the time being, the Cape Town-born player will play his final season in English Division One with Warrington Rylands 1906.

He is doing all these as he awaits the right time for him to quit football and start a new life outside the football world.

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