I would have been a school teacher – Moseamedi

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Meneer Moseamedi would probably have been what learners at a High School in Bolobedu would be calling Martizburg United striker Judas, if he had not chosen a career in football.

The 26-year-old lethal man revealed during a question and answer session on his club’s social media platforms that he wanted to be a teacher when growing up.

But instead Moseamedi who was born in Bolobedu outside of Tzaneen opted for a career in football which professionally started in 2015 at Mpumalanga Black Aces (now Cape Town City).

“If it wasn’t for soccer I would have been a high school teacher,” said Moseamedi.

The former Cape Town City striker started playing amateur football at his home village when he was just 9 years old until he moved to the Aces development side in 2012.

“It was back in 2003 I started playing for an amateur team called Mashakeni, then I played for 17 Chocolate, I played for Burgersdorp United, I played for Lenyenye Young killers and then I moved to Mpumalanga Black Aces where I stated with the development side,” he said.

Moseamedi was one of the players who relocated to Cape Town when Aces was bought by John Comitis to form the Citizens.

He has since played for Free State Stars before his permanent move to the Team of Choice last year.

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