South African Footballers with University degrees
South African Footballers with University degrees. Not a lot of soccer players see the need to get a qualification due to their profession.
The PSL clubs and the Department of Education have made it clear that it is very important for the soccer players to get any form of education so that they can be able to empower themselves to secure their future and children’s future.
Many people find their future in sports. Since football is the most popular sport in the world, it is logical that young people choose it first of all.
The choice of football as a future career is justified, it is a good income, popularity and, as a bonus, a good physical shape.
Top 10 South African Footballers with University degrees
However, often, students who devote their lives to sports do not pay due attention to their studies.
It is important to understand that even if you see your future only in football, a diploma of higher education will not be superfluous anyway.
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Most importantly, do not drop out of university. In this article you will find a list of world football players who have what we are talking about, higher education.
Here are Top 10 South African Footballers with University degrees.
The Highlands Park speedy winger, Mogaila is prioritising his studies while playing top-flight PSL football as he is currently studying Mathematical Science majoring in Computer Science and Applied Maths at the University of Johannesburg (UJ).
The 24-year-old enrolled at UJ in 2017 and he was playing for the university in the Varsity Football Cup and Regional SAB League.
The ex Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs striker graduated as a radiologist from the University of Johannesburg years ago and practiced in Limpopo, before opting to play pro football.
The Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder abandoned his studies back in 2010 at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) when he signed for Black Leopards but his mom encouraged him to finish what he started and in 2018.
while playing for Sundowns, he returned to TUT as a third-year Sport Management student.
Despite having a busy football career, playing overseas, Tau completed his Bcom (Bachelor in Commerce) at Unisa at the beginning of the year.
The Club Brugge player is not quite done with his studies as he is currently doing a postgraduate degree in management, research strategic management.
During his studies, Morton went on to play for Bidvest Wits 2013. The defensive midfielder obtained a Bachelor of Commerce (Bcom) in Business Administration and Management in 2013 while playing for Maritzburg United.
With Mashamaite not getting any younger and struggling to find a team in the PSL, he has something to fall back on in the form of his degree should be decide to retire from football. The 35-year-old is the Wits FC ambassador.
The former TS Sporting midfielder in the GladAfrica Championship has a degree in Sport Management and completed a business management course alongside Tebogo Monyai in 2013 through the Continuing Education (CE) at the University of Pretoria.
The former Tuks duo completed their business qualifications while in the PSL during the 2012/13 season.
They are both businessman now. Mapuring is the owner of a water business called Purely Hydr8d while Monyai who retired in 2016 runs multiple businesses, including a transportation company.
Masilela has always been focused on and off the field, so it came as no surprise when he aced his studies.
The former Kaizer Chiefs defender is a recent graduate from Wits University. He graduated with a degree in Political Science and Social Studies which he started doing while playing for the Glamour Boys a few years ago.
During his SuperSport United days, Gaxa studied and obtained a diploma in Sport Management. Gaxa has not announced his retired from football.
Klate studied Accounting.
Mukumela (21) has been balancing school and soccer since 2014.
The former South Africa U-20 International played for Wits in the PSL, CAF Confederations Cup and helped Stellenbosh FC gain promotion to the PSL while studying and fighting for a place in the starting eleven.
The 24-year-old completed his Mechanical Engineering degree in 2018 and he is currently doing his honours. The goalkeeper has a first team contract at Chiefs but yet to make his debut.
The Stellenbosch FC versatile midfielder has a degree in BSc in Engineering (Metallurgy and Material Engineering).
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