Well known South African coach Arthur Zwane full Biography

Football coach and former player Arthur Jabulani Zwane (born September 20, 1973), also known as “10111,” is from South Africa. He is presently the head coach of Kaizer Chiefs, where he played for the majority of his career.

Biography profile of Arthur Zwane

Arthur Zwane Biography
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Full name  : Arthur Zwane

Gender  : Male

Age : 50 years (2023)

Date of birth  : 20 September 1973

Place of birth  : South Africa

Nationality  : South African

Occupation  :  Couch

Early life of Arthur Zwane

Zwane, who was born in Meadowlands, South Africa, is one of the most decorated Amakhosi football players in history. He won numerous significant prizes, such as the Nedbank Cup, MTN8, and Premier Soccer League.

Zwane began his playing career with Liverpool, the team owned by his uncle, and afterwards joined the under-10 squad of Jomo Cosmos. He was loaned to Real Rovers after being promoted in 1992. [1]


In the quarterfinal of the 1993 BobSave Super Bowl vs Giyani Classic, Arthur Zwane made his professional debut. Roy Matthews was the referee. Zwane kept on playing for Cosmos after they were demoted in 1993. He and Cosmos won the NSL Second Division in 1994.

Before being loaned out to Dynamos in the National First Division, Zwane played 12 games for Orlando Pirates. Under Khabo Zondo, Zwane played for Tembisa Classic. He contributed to the team’s ninth-place finish in the 1999/2000 season with eight goals. [2]

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Career maturity of Arthur Zwane

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During a tug-of-war between the Pirates and the Chiefs for Lesley Manyathela, Zwane eventually signed with the Chiefs in 2000. On July 22, 2000, he made his debut in a 1-0 victory over Wits University. Throughout “Operation Vat Alles” in 2000/01, Zwane earned three awards.

On August 8, 2004, he scored his first goal in a 2-1 victory over Manning Rangers. He was subject to a two-year suspension in 2004 after testing positive for the anabolic drug methyltestosterone. Later, the prohibition was cut to six months. On November 4, 2009, against Mpumalanga Black Aces, he played his final game. [3]

Managing career

Zwane became Kaizer Chiefs’ assistant manager on May 27, 2021. During the 2020–2021 campaign, he filled the job. He was named the team’s interim manager on June 9th, 2021. He agreed to a new deal as the team’s manager on May 26, 2022. He is the Kaizer Chiefs manager at the moment.

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