Former Chiefs Star Starts UEFA Coaching Journey

Highlands Park midfielder & Premier Soccer League (PSL) veteran Reneilwe Letsholonyane is already planning for life after football and is preparing to start his UEFA B Coaching License through the Scottish Football Association. In doing so, the former Amakhosi star, nicknamed ‘Yeye,’ is following in the footsteps of fellow ex-Bafana Bafana stars Benni McCarthy and Steven Pienaar.

Speaking on SL Radio's 'The Big Interview,' Yeye explained his plans for the near future; “I’m now enrolled with the Scottish FA via an agency in Cape Town. I’ll be doing my online B license next month for five days. And then next year, obviously the days are not yet confirmed (due to the COVID-19 pandemic), [I’ll] finish off the license with the practicals.

"It’s one of those things that I’m doing as well to equip myself with knowledge so that when I decide to retire, I know that whatever position, whatever it is that I want to do, I qualify for that. Not because I played, but because I’ve also got the papers to back me up.”

Yeye discusses his business partnership with former Chiefs teammate Siphiwe Tshabalala, the PSL Restart & much more in his interview with host SL Radio's host, Sloo Phaho.