King Salt: Katsande’s eccentric drip

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Willard Katsande has been one of the most colourful personalities since arriving in the Absa Premiership a decade ago and some of the trendy looks of the Kaizer Chiefs star continues to get fans talking.

The 34-year-old has developed a reputation in South African football as an uncompromising, tough-tackling defensive midfielder who wears his heart on his sleeve since his arrival from Zimbabwean outfit Gunners.

Scroll through the gallery to see 7 of Katsande's unique fashion statements

After one season with Ajax Cape Town he quickly earned a move to Amakhosi, where he's flourished as the anchor that allows the rest of his teammates more creative freedom.

But his fashion style is a complete contrast to the gritty role he relishes on the football pitch as he often pushes boundaries with colourful switch-ups of colour schemes, headwear and designer brands.

King Salt - Setting the trends

On his official Instagram account, where he has 148k followers, Katsande has amassed a large fanbase that revels in the frequent posts of his outfits.

From his male turbans or headwraps, as it's more popularly known, to ripped shirt sleeves, the Zimbabwe international knows how to get people talking.

In what appears to be a blend of when vintage meets modern African fashion, the Chiefs star whose Instagram bio states he's 'the best in business' is surely unrivalled in the PSL when it comes to making his look do the talking.

His V-neck favourite look, which can be seen in the gallery above, combined with the Italian high-end Gucci brand appears to be amongst his regular style selections.

He'll no doubt continue to keep his followers and fans entertained by just remaining consistently consistent in sharing his weekly and sometimes daily OOTD (outfit of the day).

Did you know?

Katsande's favourite clothing brand is Burberry.

Your thoughts, please?

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