Departed Cape Town City star Edmilson Dove did not only ply his trade in South Africa as a footballer, but he also shared a similar off-field interest to the likes of Willard Katsande and Morgan Gould.
While Katsande is one of the most recent examples of footballers branching out and creating fashion labels, other stars have done so too, including former Kaizer Chiefs defender Gould.
Mozambique international Dove is or was one of those players - as we cannot confirm if the label is still in the Mzansi market, given that the defender recently left the country.
Scroll through the gallery above to see some of the clothing items offered by Edmilson's Dove's brand.
Football meets fashion
Artists and sports stars are often the ones who create merchandise for their fans to buy. However, it seems that this is a venture that is relatively unexploited in South Africa, compared to overseas, where the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Jesse Lingard, Mesut Ozil and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, among others, all have operating fashion lines.
Dove seems to have found that gap in the market when he created his brand, Andrenaline. The label produces printed t-shirts, hoodies and tracksuits. The branding differs across various items, allowing for more variation and creativity from the makers.
The 27-year-old has often been spotted rocking his streetwear brand, which was established in 2020.
Did you know?
According to Transfermarkt, Dove joined Mozambique topflight outfit UD Songo as a free agent on Monday this week.
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