Alpheus Thantsha, since his childhood, has aspired to help kids, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds, achieve their dreams of playing professional football. His dedication to the game led him to establish a football academy. Despite limited resources, he started the academy for boys in Tshwane in his early 20s after moving to the city from Limpopo.

At a young age, he successfully sent players like Tebogo Letlhake on trials overseas. However, not all stories had a happy ending, as Letlhake retired at Polokwane City Rovers. Thantsha faced challenges and has expressed fear for his life due to his outspoken nature, which has not been well-received by some in the football industry, including those in higher positions of the country’s football administration.

In an interview with Masebe Qina of Soccer Laduma, Thantsha talks about how lies can spread on social media and become accepted as truth. He highlights the misinformation and challenges he has faced despite his years of work in the football industry, dealing with various people such as coaches, agents, and players. Thantsha emphasizes the problems he has encountered, even with all the good work he has accomplished.

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