Teenage Manero Hadebe is a Zimbabwean footballer. He is a former player for Bantu Rovers Football Club as a left back. He currently plays for Kaizer Chiefs having moved from Chicken Inn Football Club.

Teenage Hadebe
Teenage Hadebe, Zimbabwe soccer, Zimbabwean footballer
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Born Teenage Hadebe
September 17, 1995
Residence Makokoba
Occupation
  • Footballer
Employer Kaizer Chiefs

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Background

Teenage Hadebe was born on 17 September 1995 at Mpilo Central Hospital. He is the last born in a family of two boys.[1]


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Education

Teenage attended Lotshe Primary School, where he started playing football when he was grade 2,[2] before proceeding to Mzilikazi High School in Bulawayo.[1]

Career

Hadebe started his professional football career with Bantu Rovers Football Club before moving to Highlanders Football Club.[1] In 2016, he joined Chicken Inn Football Club.

He has also played for the Zimbabwe Under-23 soccer team and has played for the senior men's national team at the Cosafa Cup tournament in 2016 where he scored once in a match against Seychelles[3] and in a friendly against Uganda where he also scored two goals[4]

In 2014, Teenage was in the running for Soccer Star of the year though he did not make the Best 11 list.[5] [6] [7]

Hadebe was signed by Kaizer Chiefs in June 2017. He reportedly signed a four year deal with the South African based club.[4]

Transfer Rumours

In 2015, South African premier soccer league side Ajax Cape Town Football Club mentioned on their website that Hadebe was on trial for a week.[8]

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Trivia




  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Teenage Hadebe, Bantu Rovers Football Club, Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: July 29, 2015
  2. 2.0 2.1 One On One With Talented : Teenage “Manero” Hadebe, Urban Culxure, published: September 17, 2015, retrieved: June 24, 2016
  3. Warriors thrash Seychelles but knocked out of Cosafa, Soccer24, published: June 15, 2016, retrieved: June 24, 2016
  4. 4.0 4.1 Eddie Chikamhi, Warriors walk over Uganda, Chronicle, published:June 1, 2016, retrieved: June 24, 2016 Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "Chron" defined multiple times with different content
  5. Lovemore Dube, Mahachi, Nakamba out of Morocco tie, Sports Zone, Published: November 16, 2014, Retrieved: July 29, 2015
  6. Brian Nkiwane, Soccer star finalists selected, The Standard, Published: November 23, 2014, Retrieved: July 29, 2015
  7. Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Soccer Stars of the Year voting to be computerised, Nehanda Radio, Published: November 13, 2014, Retrieved: July 29, 2015
  8. Teenage Hadebe On Trial, Ajax Cape Town Football Club, published: No Date Given, retrieved: June 30, 2016