Reneilwe ‘Yeye’ Letsholonyane has taken a step up in the coaching world after the former Kaizer Chiefs player completed yet another qualification.
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After officially calling time on his glittering career in 2021, the dreadlocked midfield legend has been in relentless pursuit of his coaching badges as he looks to take the next step in his career.
The 40-year-old was hard at work doing his UEFA B license through the Scottish FA, while COVID-19 delays meant that he could not upgrade his CAF C License at the time.
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Now, the Pimville Youngsters head coach has confirmed that he has obtained his CAF B Diploma, which he conducted through the Zambian FA, taking to social media to confirm the good news.
“Even though I walk through the valley of death, I will fear no evil. Because eo Ke mo rapelang, wa tshepagala ka nako tsotlhe. Thanks to the Zambian Association for allowing me to be part of the course and SAFA for the assistance @siphiweshabba Komeke monna, ka leboga,” he confirmed.
As reported by the Siya crew, ‘Yeye’ as Letsholonyane is affectionately known, has spent some time at Chiefs in an unofficial capacity as he continues his coaching development.
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Letsholonyane’s coaching ambition has been mirrored by his younger brother Tshidiso, the Chiefs youth development coach, who jetted out to Belfast in August to take part in the Irish FA UEFA B Diploma course.
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