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Kaizer Chiefs Football Club wondered if he gifts his parents a new car.

Kaizer Chiefs starlet Mduduzi Shabalala and his younger brother and parents.

Former Kaizer Chiefs reserve side captain Mduduzi Shabalala gifts his parents a new car to celebrate youth day.

The youngster shared the moment on his Instagram story(@mduduzishabalala12) thanking his parents for the role they played in him getting where he is today.

The Senaoane, Soweto born player has been brilliant for Amakhosi ever since breaking into the senior team.

After an impressive couple of years with the reserve team.

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Shabalala’s promotion to the first team came with an improved 5-year contract after initially signing a three-year deal before the beginning of last season.

He scored 2 goals and 2 assists in 18 matches in his first season as a senior player.

However, his talent failed to help Chiefs end their 8-plus years trophyless run, as the club finished fifth in the league and lost in the semifinals of both the Nedbank and MTN8 competitions.

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Meanwhile, the club continues to make changes ahead of next season.

Siyabonga Ngezana is the latest player to leave Naturena after agreeing to join Romanian giants Football Club FCSB for a reported fee of R12 million.

But more chances are expected to follow before the start of next season, with the club continuing to rebuild.

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