"If Cristiano Ronaldo can still play at my age, what's stopping Hlompho from doing the same?" says the player.
Kekana, a former captain of Mamelodi Sundowns, says he still wants to play football and is considering a return to the sport.
Hlompho Kekana, the former captain of Mamelodi Sundowns, has stated that he still wishes to play football despite being released by Masandawana.
Masandawana confirmed the departure of the veteran midfielder on Thursday, after both parties came to an amicable agreement to terminate their contractual relationship.
Kekana has confirmed that he is currently a free agent and that he would like to sign with another club before retiring from football.
In an interview with Thomas Mlambo on the Ultimate Sports Show, Kekana stated that he had received clearance from Mamelodi Sundowns and that he was "just free." Kekana also stated that he was "just free."
"I am a free agent, so yeah, if somebody can call me and say Hlompho, would you like to come and play football, that's fine with me. But, like I said, today is just that moment where I have to let it sink in and really, really understand that from today on, I will be referred to as a former Mamelodi Sundowns player. "
"As a result, it's still extremely, extremely fresh in my memory." "I'm attempting to come up with ways to explain myself to my mind."
Although the 36-year-old believes he has much more to offer than most players his age, he points to the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic as examples of players who are still producing at their age.
"Shoes Moshoeu was my role model, and I first saw Shoes play when he was 32 years old. And it was always my dream to make sure that I was able to accomplish that. I noticed Zlatan, who is currently on the field; how old is Zlatan, 40?
I'm not sure if Cristiano Ronaldo, whom everyone adores, can perform at that level at my age, but I'm confident he can." What is it that can prevent Hlompho from carrying out his plan?
"I believe it's just a matter of perspective for me. My mentality has always been that of a player who strives to push the boundaries of what is possible. And I've done that throughout my football career to this point, and I believe I can do it again."
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