Phakaaathi Reporter
1 minute read
13 Nov 2017
5:10 pm

Chiefs ‘warm up’ fan a policeman

Phakaaathi Reporter

The fan that rose fame by running alongside Kaizer Chiefs players while warming up is a policeman.

Kaizer Chiefs fans invades the pitch during the 2016 CAF Champions League football match between Kaizer Chiefs and Volcan Club de Morori in Moses Mabhida Stadium Durban, Kwa-Zulu Natal on 28 February 2016©Muzi Ntombela/Backpagepix

Coltrane Moatshe was trending on social media after a video clip of him warming up with Chiefs players went viral.

The police sergeant is from Ramokokastad outside Rustenburg, North West, is one of the club’s biggest supporters and wishes he could attend all Chiefs games.

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“I plan well in advance which games I must attend. Unfortunately, I can’t attend all Chiefs games. My work comes first, even if it means missing some games,” Moatshe told City Press.

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“The whole thing started one day after a player got injured. I stood up and started warming up. Supporters liked it and started chanting: ‘Colly, Colly, Colly!’ I haven’t looked back since and it has become my trademark.

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“I spend a lot of money because of the love of the game. I always make sure I have all the replica jerseys because I want to look exactly like [the players] on match days. I’m a super sub, after all,” he added.