Warriors goalkeeper Elvis Chipezeze has revealed how he used his first sign-on-fee on the start of his professional career in Division Two.
The 30-year old told Soccer Laduma that he gave all the money to his mother as an appreciation for raising him as a single parent after his father passed away.
He said: “I remember my first sign-on, I gave it to my mom. And then the salary, I had to buy my clothes, my football boots and a pair of gloves.
“Growing up, being raised by a single parent, it was difficult, so I just told myself that my first signing on fee, I’ve gotta give it to my mom, as a way of [showing] appreciation for what she’s done for us as kids.”
Chipezeze is now playing for Baroka FC in the South African top-flight. He has also been captaining the side since the start of this year.
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