Shabba Chiefs’ Top Goalscorer Since 2007
Shabba Leading Chiefs' Goalscoring Charts
Siphiwe Tshabalala boasts the record of being Kaizer Chiefs’ highest goalscorer since 2007.
The man known affectionately as “Shabba” joined Chiefs just over 10 years ago from Free State Stars and has been a prominent player in the first team setup ever since, making 307 appearances in that timeframe. He has also been an incredible goalscorer, considering that his creativity is considered to be his best attribute, finding the net on no less than 52 occasions.
Following Tshabalala, Bernard Parker has been Chiefs’ second most prolific goalscorer in the last decade, having scored 45 goals in his 197 appearances since joining from FC Twente in 2011. Then, in third place, Knowledge Musona’s two stints at the club saw him make just 88 appearances for the club but has scored 40 goals at an incredible ratio of 0.45 goals per game.
Coming in at fourth place is Kaizer Motaung Junior, who made 110 appearances for the club after 2007 (having joined in 2003) prior to his retirement and scored 30 goals. The final spot in the top five goes to the veteran midfielder, Reneilwe Letsholonyane, who scored 25 goals in the 220 appearances that he made for the club between the years of 2007 and 2016 when he joined his current club, SuperSport United.
Who do you think has been Chiefs’ best goalscorer in the last decade?