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When did Lucas Radebe play for Leeds?
In 1994 Radebe joined Leeds United in England, and, after a troubled start, went on to become a favourite with the Leeds fans, who nicknamed him “the Chief’.
How did Lucas Radebe join Leeds United?
In 1994, Radebe and another South African player, Philemon “Chippa” Masinga, moved to Leeds United for a transfer fee of £250,000. Radebe was only included in the deal to keep Masinga happy; as it turned out, he became the more valuable investment.
Who is the wife of Lucas Radebe?
Thobela Silverm. 2015
Feziwe Faith Radebem.?–2008
What does Radebe mean?
Radebe Surname Definition: “Ancestor of the Amahlubi” in Zulu.
What language is Radebe?
How old is Lucas Radebe?
52 years (April 12, 1969)
Who is the richest musician in SA?
Steve Hofmeyr is currently the richest Musician in South-Africa with a net worth of R273 million. He has been a Musician, an Actor, and a TV presenter, all in the entertainment industry in South-Africa.
Is Radebe Zulu or Sotho?
Where did Lucas Radebe play for Leeds United?
He began playing in South Africa with Kaizer Chiefs, before transferring to Leeds United, where he played 256 matches for the Yorkshire side. During his spells at these clubs, he picked up the nicknames “Rhoo” and “The Chief”. He became captain of Leeds United and also of the South African national team, most notably at World Cup 2002.
What was Lucas Radebe net worth when he retired?
After retiring, Radebe was influential in South Africa’s successful bid to host the 2010 World Cup. He could also be seen working as a pundit for South African television and during ITV’s coverage of the tournament. He has an estimated net worth of $1 million which he has earned as a footballer.
Where did Lucas Radebe have his testimonial held?
Leeds held a testimonial for Radebe at Elland Road on 2 May 2005 attended by a crowd of over 37,886. Radebe also held a retirement match in Durban, South Africa between a South African Invitation XI and Lucas Radebe All Stars at Kings Park Soccer Stadium.
When was Lucas Radebe captain of South Africa?
Radebe was also the captain of the South African national football team during both the 1998 FIFA World Cup and the 2002 FIFA World Cup. South Africa failed to reach the knockout stages on both occasions; however Radebe did get on the score sheet in 2002.