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Chiefs paying their goalie R5000

By Ngwako Malatji and Amos Mananyetso | 2017-06-19 09:52:33.0

Kaizer Chiefs, who are reportedly the second-richest club in South Africa, are paying their newly signed goalkeeper Bruce Bvuma R5000 a month.

Bvuma, who turned 22 last month, does not own a car or cellphone and lives with his parents in Tshiawelo, Soweto.

The footie apparently uses taxis to ferry him from his home to the team's training sessions in Naturena.

He sometimes borrows a car from his football agent DJ Cleo to run his errands.

News of Bvuma's shocking salary came to the fore after the club's supporters said they spotted him on several occasions commuting from his home and training sessions in a taxi.

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