Veteran midfielder Letladi Madubanya has called time on his career by
announcing his retirement from football.
The 36-year-old has played for a number of clubs
throughout his career including Tembisa Classic, Bay United, SuperSport United,
AmaZulu, Bloemfontein Celtic, Platinum Stars, and most recently Baroka FC.
Football in South Africa is currently suspended and without
a club to play for, Madubanya has decided to focus on the next chapter in his
He told KickOff: "Every good thing has to come to an
"It's time to further another career. I enjoyed myself
playing soccer. I have been playing football for the past 17 years.
"Now it's time to build my family and also have time
with the people that matter in my life."
Madubanya added: "I have joined another school around
Midrand. I am heading their sports desk and coaching the under-10s. My mother
still stays there, and the community has welcomed me very well."
- TEAMtalk media