Tebogo Monyai says goodbye to soccer
Tebogo Monyai has finally decided to quit football after being in the profession for a period of 18 years. The football captain of Amatuks will hang his boots this year. It is not a big shock to receive these news because the player already 36 years old.
The footballer was born at Abel in Tzaneen, Limpopo and he shared a very fascinating story about his life when he was releasing his retirement plans at Newscafe, Sandridge Midrand. He said that he has never touched alcohol because when he tried it at the age of 16, because the experience was so horrible, and he actually thought he would die.
In his 18 year career Monyai has played for football teams like Black Aces and Moroka Swallows. He played for the national team in 2010 and that must have been his glorious moment.
He is ready to lighten up South African football and that is why he plays a great role at the South African Football Players Union, where he is the first deputy president.
Monyai’s future seems to be well aligned to business, after all he has 4 companies that he is currently busy with.
The best of luck to him.