Makokoba’s Own Teenage Hadebe Living the Dream Life in America: Buys A 2023 Range Rover
For many young football players, the dream is to play for a top-flight league in Europe, but for Zimbabwean defender Teenage Hadebe, the dream was to play in the United States. And in June 2021, his dream became a reality when he completed his move to Major League Soccer (MLS) team, Houston Dynamo. Since then, Hadebe has been living his best life in America, and his latest indulgence is a 2023 Range Rover Velar.
The 26-year-old from Makokoba, Bulawayo, is known for his expensive taste and his love for fashion. Last season, he won the best-dressed player award at his club, and he is now making a statement on the streets of Houston with his new luxury SUV. The Range Rover Velar is a beast of a car, with 8-speed transmission, a top speed of 217Kmph, and the ability to accelerate from 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) in just 5.4 seconds. The car costs between US$111,000 to US$160,000, making it an expensive purchase even for a professional football player.
But for Hadebe, the purchase was well worth it. He is the third-highest-paid player at Houston Dynamo, with a guaranteed salary of US$1.1 million per year. His teammates Hector Herrera and Sebastian Ferreira are the only two players who earn more than him. With his salary, Hadebe is not only able to buy luxury cars but is also nearing completion of his mansion in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Unlike many footballers who end up without a house at the end of their careers, Hadebe is making sure he invests his money wisely.
Hadebe’s success in America is not just about his expensive purchases and his love for fashion. He is also making an impact on the field. Although he has only been in the MLS for a short time, he has already become an important player for Houston Dynamo. He has played in all the team’s matches this season, helping them to climb up the Western Conference standings. Hadebe’s performances have not gone unnoticed back home in Zimbabwe, where he is considered one of the country’s best defenders.
As Hadebe continues to live his dream life in America, he has not forgotten his roots. He is still passionate about Zimbabwean football and is an ambassador for his former club, Bantu Rovers. He is also a proud Zimbabwean, often sharing photos of himself wearing the country’s colors on social media. Hadebe’s success in America is not just about him, but also about inspiring young Zimbabwean footballers to dream big and work hard to achieve their goals.