...By Lola Smith for TDPel Media.
Former Kaizer Chiefs defender Teenage Hadebe is enjoying financial success in the United States, as revealed in the recently published player earning report of the American Major Soccer League.
The 27-year-old Zimbabwean star’s wages have captured attention.
According to iDiskiTimes’ Lorenz Kohler, Hadebe earns a base salary of $1,122,900 (R21.7 million) and guaranteed compensation of $1,288,077 (R24.9 million) annually at Houston Dynamo.
These figures translate to an impressive monthly salary of R2.1 million.
Hadebe’s contract with Houston Dynamo is set to run until December 2023, with the club holding a one-year option. Despite being in a foreign league, the talented defender has made eight appearances this season.
Kaizer Chiefs Affirm Support for Arthur Zwane
Amid mounting pressure to relieve club legend Arthur Zwane of his coaching duties, a Kaizer Chiefs official has clarified the team’s stance on the matter.
Following a record-breaking 11 defeats in a single season, Media Officer Vina Maphosa expressed the club’s unwavering support for Zwane.
Speaking to Radio 2000’s Thabiso Mosia, Maphosa confirmed that Zwane remains the coach of Kaizer Chiefs and emphasized that there are no plans to make any changes at this stage.
Maphosa acknowledged the investment made in Zwane and highlighted that the club speaks with one voice.
The official further stated that the club’s intentions and plans will soon be evident to the supporters, assuring them that Kaizer Chiefs will return to its glory days.
The collective efforts of the club and coach Zwane are aimed at achieving success, with the belief that their goals will be realized in due time.