Bruce Bvuma (born 15 May 1995 in Limpopo) is a South African footballer. He has managed to draw the attention of sports lovers with his amazing goal-keeping skills.
The saves he makes in matches are usually talked about by fans at the end of the match.
He has been a goalie for several loved football clubs in the country. Bruce has made it to Bram Fischer Super Stars, Kaizer Chiefs juniors, and the Wits Juniors.
In March 2017, he became the goalie for the popular PSL football club, Kaizer Chiefs. He signed a contract to make his joining the team officially.
Since then he has been appearing in many football matches as the team’s goalkeeper. Though his contract with Kaizer Chiefs will meet expiration at the end of June 2021.
Though he has loved football even as a young child. Together with his father, he appeared on the field to witness a football match. He followed his father to watch the Soweto Derby at the FNB stadium.
|Born||15 May 1995 (age 26 years)|
His parents to a great extent played a huge role in his profession with the support they gave him.
During his tender days, he spent time with his father watching football. Both he and his dad would hardly miss watching the Soweto Derby at FNB stadium.
Life brought him to the position he watched as a kid. He appeared to play his first big match at the stadium he accompanied his dad to as a kid.
His position and profession have created the opportunity for him to play with big teams in the country. Starting his profession as a player for Wits in Soweto.
Scouts were quick to discover the young talent which earned him a spot in the Chiefs squad. He wears jersey number 44.
Though his soccer career is a young one, Bruce is paid an estimated salary of R8k. It rose from R5k after he appeared first on Bafana Bafana. Reports covered that his market value is €250k.
The talented goalkeeper has managed to get many talks about him following the amazing saves he makes.
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