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12:30    10 Jan 2017

Siphiwe Tshabalala grateful to bring up a decade at Kaizer Chiefs

Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Siphiwe Tshabalala celebrates 10 years at the famous Soweto club this month, with the former Bafana Bafana international making the switch from Free State Stars a decade ago.

The 32-year-old thanked the Amakhosi faithful for their continues support with 'Shabba' reserving a special mention for Football Manager Bobby Motaung.

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"Back in 2007 I made my dream move from Free State Stars to Kaizer Chiefs. Soon after signing with the team I went for medicals and I was shocked by the results that my knee was not okay and it needed surgery," Tshabalala wrote on his official instagram account.

"Was so devastated and I thought Chiefs were going to terminate my contract instead they were very supportive especially Bobby Motaung; my operation was a success and I was on the sidelines for six months.

"Once again I would like to thank those who were with me from day one: family,friends, my wife, my manager Jazzman,players and coaches past and present. Free States Stars thank you for granting me the opportunity to do what I love and to the Amakhosi nation ,I thank you for your love and support. It has been a great 10 years of my career. The journey continues."

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