Bhasera’s Bittersweet Day In England


SuperSport United left-back Onismor Bhasera is a well-travelled footballer, having played in the PSL for a combined 12 years (he also spent three years playing in the English League 1 & 2). The veteran Zimbabwean is also a full international and has represented ‘The Warriors’ 22 times in his career. Bhasera features on the latest episode of the SL Podcast’s “My Starter Pack” to discuss his rise through academy ranks in Zimbabwe, and how he earned his played for Tembisa Classic who would later be rebranded as Maritzburg United during his time there.

The Matsatsantsa star also discusses his earliest memory watching international football, which happened to be a World Cup qualifying match between Bafana Bafana & Zimbabwe where riots broke out leading to 12 deaths. Bhasera also reveals how a particular match in England between his side Plymouth Argyle and MK Dons turned sour for him, as he scored a goal and an own goal before being substituted for injury. Listen to the full podcast using the player above.

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