Former Orlando Pirates midfielder Oupa Manyisa and his former goalkeeper Brighton Mhlongo have announced a new venture.
FORMER ORLANDO PIRATES PLAYERS GO INTO BUSINESS
Manyisa and Mhlongo shared the news via social media and hosted an official launch event to promote #MyFootballCV.
So what is it? Well it is exactly what it says and how it sounds. The two former players have made it their mission to help undiscovered talent introduce themselves to potential clubs in Mzansi and abroad.
The digital platform sounds a lot like LinkedIn for footballers. The app will be available for download for Android and IOS phones.
“Brighton Mhlongo and Oupa Manyisa have started a game changer for footballers!” reported sports reporter Naledi Aphane on Social last weekend.
“An app where players can be their own agents. All you have to do is download the #MyFootballCV app, create a profile and start posting your videos, easy.”
KAIZER CHIEFS STAR SIPHIWE TSHABALALA WHY HE’S NOT broke
Kaizer Chiefs fans adored Tshabalala as much as Itumeleng Khune and Reneilwe Letsholonyane – and Shabba could now be loved even more for his financial responsibilities.
Unlike many many players before his time and his contemporaries, Shabba did not face financial ruin after leaving Kaizer Chiefs and his last club, AmaZulu.
The former Free State Stars player has shown he has maintained a solid financial discipline since the day he turned pro.
During a chat with football Laduma’s Tshepang Mailwane in Wednesday’s newspaper, the Soweto-born player said he has started saving money he made at Alexandra United R200.
“The moment I turned pro, I started planning my life after football,” said the Kaizer Chiefs legend. Read the whole story here.
Former Orlando Pirates stars Manyisa and Mhlongo are starting a smart football business
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