Onismor Bhasera goes back in memory lane

SuperSport United left-back Onismor Bhasera joins to discuss his early career, his time at Maritzburg United & Kaizer Chiefs as well as a bittersweet match he played in England for Plymouth Argyle. The veteran Zimbabwe star details his time at academy level and how his relationship with his first professional coach shaped him as a player.

During the podcast, Bhasera also recalls one of his earliest memories watching international football, which was a World Cup qualifying match between Zimbabwe and South Africa in 2000, which descended into chaos resulting in 12 deaths after riots broke out.

In the full podcast, the PSL journeyman also discusses the pressure of playing for Kaizer Chiefs, who he spent three seasons with.

To listen to the full interview, click on the podcast player above or find it on your favourite podcast player.

Note: The player defaults to low for the smallest possible download size. You can adjust it to various qualities, which will change the file size. You can listen to it now, or download the show and listen to it whenever you want.

Find the podcast HERE.

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