The Premier Soccer League’s most decorated player, Daine Klate has officially retired from professional football.
After 16 seasons in South Africa’s top flight, Klate has announced his retirement from football, having spent his final season on the books of Chippa United.
The 34-year-old has won several trophies in his professional career, lifting six Absa Premiership league titles with three different clubs.
The midfielder was part of Head Coach Gavin Hunt’s SuperSport United side that won the Absa Premiership trophy three consecutive times, and his Bidvest Wits side who lifted the trophy for the first time.
Klate will be remembered as one of the PSL’s greats, alongside the likes of Teko Modise and Siyabonga Nomvethe who also hung up their boots at the end of last season.