Speaking to The Herald, South African football legend Jomo Sono said Denver Mukamba is a talented player who was destroyed by the lifestyle in South Africa.
Sono was in Zimbabwe this week for the match between the Warriors Legends and the World Class Legends at the National Sports Stadium on Wednesday. He also advised that soccer players should go to school so that they have something to do when their footballing career is over. Said Sono:
Denver was a shame. Denver had everything, but the lifestyle in South Africa killed him. Life is too fast there. There are too many beautiful women. I also don’t know if the liquor there is different to the liquor here, but what a player! What a player he is! You know, he had everything that guy, but his lifestyle was not good. I always say to the young players, even if you are going to sign with a big team, I still say go to school. Go to school because there are too many courses that you can take. If you are not good with the head, you can do something with the hands. You can do plumbing, you can do building, don’t be embarrassed. The biggest employer of people in Saudi Arabia today are the plumbers.
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