Arthur Zwane’s new salary at Kaizer Chiefs is reportedly worth almost R30 million, spread out over the next three years.

Newly appointed Kaizer Chiefs head coach Arthur Zwane is reportedly the highest earning coach in the Premier Soccer League (PSL).

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According to reports, the Amakhosi legend has jumped ahead of Mamelodi Sundowns coach Manqoba Mngqithi.

ARTHUR ZWANE’S SALARY AT KAIZER CHIEFS

Zwane signed a three-year-contract as head coach at the Amakhosi. According to reports, ‘10111’ is earning R800 000 per month at Naturena!

Arthur Zwane’s new salary at Kaizer Chiefs is reportedly worth almost R30 million, spread out over the next three years.

Arthur Zwane

Effectively what this means is that should Zwane see out his contract at Kaizer Chiefs, he’ll earn almost R30 million!

According to Newshub360, insiders at the club have claimed Zwane is earning R800 000 per month at Naturena!

HISTORY ABOUT ARTHUR ZWANE!

Zwane grew up playing for his uncle’s team, Liverpool and later played for Jomo Cosmos’s under 10 side. He was promoted in 1992 and was sent on loan to Real Rovers.

Arthur Zwane made his professional debut in the BobSave Super Bowl quarter final against Giyani Classic in 1993 under Roy Matthews. Zwane continued to play for Cosmos after being relegated in 1993. He won the NSL Second Division with Cosmos in 1994.

Zwane played 12 matches at Orlando Pirates before being sent on loan to Dynamos in the National First Division.

Zwane played for Tembisa Classic under Khabo Zondo. He scored eight goals in the 1999/2000 to help the team to a 9th-place finish.

Zwane joined Chiefs in 2000 after a tug of war battle between Pirates claiming Zwane as their player and Chiefs claiming Lesley Manyathela as their own. He made his debut on 22 July 2000 in a 1–0 win over Wits University.

Zwane won three trophies during “Operation Vat Alles” in 2000/01. He scored his first goal on 8 August 2004 in a 2–1 win over Manning Rangers.

In 2004, he was banned for 2 years after testing positive for Methyltestosterone, an anabolic steroid.

The ban was later reduced to six months. He played his last match on 4 November 2009 against Mpumalanga Black Aces.

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