Born in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, the 25-year-old had always been supported by his parents to pursue his dream of becoming a professional footballer. He even halted his studies to attend trials. The turning point in his career came when he moved to Usuthu after a trail at AmaZulu. Now a senior in the squad, the tall defender recently disclosed the first thing he did with his first paycheck.

He also opened up about the challenges of being a professional footballer and the sudden responsibilities that come with it. In an exclusive interview, Xoki revealed the one SuperSport United striker he finds hard to deal with and shared his thoughts on financial management, the difficulties he faces, and the impact of the lockdown on his life. Reflecting on his journey, Xoki expressed gratitude for the unwavering support of his parents while acknowledging the challenges and hardships that come with pursuing a career in professional football.

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