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SOUTH African soccer icon Nelson "Teenage" Dladla has joined forces with 2010 Fifa World Cup partners BP to help in the development of the beautiful game.
The partnership gets under way at the Nandi Primary School in Soweto today, where they will be handing out soccer balls to pupils.
The former Kaizer Chiefs soccer great will also use the opportunity to offer a motivational talk to aspiring soccer players.
The soccer ball drop is part of a broader initiative of official World Cup sponsors who will be distributing more than 50000 soccer balls.
The giant fuel company has decided to celebrate the 2010 World Cup 50 days countdown celebrations with pupils from poor communities.
Besides working as a television analyst at SABC Sport for soccer matches, Dladla is also involved in development soccer in KwaThema, Ekurhuleni, as a coach.
Dladla used to form a deadly combination with the likes of Trevor Mthimkhulu, Marks Maponyane, Zebulon Nhlapo and the late Patrick "Ace" Ntsoelengoe.
Another former Chiefs player, Gary Bailey, who has also played for English Premiership giants Manchester United, is the official ambassador of the fuel company. The company is the official fuel sponsor for the World Cup. It is the largest sponsorship deal in the company's 101-year history.