Former Kaizer Chiefs maestro Reneilwe Letsholonyane has been upskilling himself and has now attained his certificate following his completion of a UEFA-facilitated program.
When footballers hang up their boots, the world is once again at their feet in terms of deciding what to do next in post-retirement. Some take up coaching, punditry and others even step away from football as a whole, but Yeye seems to have other intentions with his life and fortunately, it involves the beautiful game!
Scroll through the gallery above to see Yeye attaining his UEFA Assist Program certificate
According to UEFA, the Assist program is designed to contribute to the global development of football by working with the European organisation’s five sister confederations and their member associations. These confederations include AFC (Asia), CAF (Africa), CONCACAF (North and Central America), CONMEBOL (South America), and the OFC (New Zealand and South Pacific island nations).
The initiative was hosted by COSAFA between 7 and 10 March and participants worked towards its four main goals, which are: building capacity, developing youth football, improving infrastructure and supporting UEFA member associations.
Reacting to his achievement on Instagram, the ex-Jomo Cosmos star said: "Glad that I got the opportunity to attend. A long week it was but was worth every minute spent."
Did you know?
The former midfielder is one of the oldest retirees in the DStv Premiership in recent times as he called time on his career at the age of 39 in 2021.
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