Where is Lucas Radebe now?
Leeds United legend Lucas Radebe was renowned for being a world class centre back and a great ambassador for the sport who retired from playing in 2005.
After retiring from playing Lucas Radebe has continued his charity work and has been an ambassador of FIFA for SOS Children’s Villages.
He also received the FIFA Fair Play Award in December 2000 for his contribution in getting rid of racism in football as well as for his work with children in South Africa.
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In 2010 Radebe was also an ambassador for England’s unsuccessful 2018 World Cup bid.
In 2013, Radebe was part of a consortium looking to buy into his former club Leeds United but the club rejected his group’s bid.
His son Ofentse Radebe is currently considered a very hot prospect in South African football and is looking to follow in his father’s footsteps.
In 2016, Radebe staged his first youth tournament in memory of his mother which saw eight secondary schools from Soweto compete against each other in a knockout tournament.
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Lucas Radebe: Premier League Statistics
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Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com