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|Stage Name:||Patrick Maswanganyi or Tito|
|Real Name:||Patrick Hosi Maswanganyi|
|Occupation:||Professional Football Player|
Date Of Birth/Age:
|4 April 1998 (25 Years Old)|
|Place of Birth:||Tembisa, Gauteng, South Africa|
|Education:||Africa Football Academy|
Patrick Hosi Maswanganyi, also known as Tito, is a South African professional football player who plays leftwinger for the Orlando Pirates. He was signed to the club on 28 June 2023 and started with great success (scoring two goals in the club’s two friendly matches against Maccabi Tel Aviv and Independiente del Valle). He wears the jersey number 28. He has also played for clubs, including Mighty Tigers and UD Oliveirense in Portugal.
Patrick Maswanganyi was born in Tembisa, Gauteng, on 4 April 1998. He turned 25 years old in April 2023. He was fondly called Tito growing up, a name given to him by his grandmother. His family were big fans of the Orlando Pirates. He said in an interview with the club, “I was not a fan of any particular team. I loved playing football and only that. But if I had to support a team, there is no question because back home, it was black and white. The passion that my grandparents had for the club was too great to ignore.”
The exact estimate of Patrick Maswanganyi’s net worth is unknown to the public because he has not revealed it. The football star reportedly earns a yearly salary of €500,000 at Orlando Pirates FC. He also played for some time in Portugal. This means he’s worth good money.
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Patrick Maswanganyi plays as a forward for the Orlando Pirates.
Speaking about playing for the club and his aspirations, Tito said, “Being at Orlando Pirates is going to be a big boost for me and my career. I have always had ambitions of playing and competing in the CAF Champions League. I also want to play for one of the big teams in Europe and I believe that playing for Orlando Pirates will equip me with the necessary skills to achieve that dream.”
Patrick Maswanganyi does not post photos of his house on social media.
Patrick Maswanganyi has not shared pictures of his car on social media.
In an interview with Orlando Pirates, Patrick Maswanganyi opened up about his upbringing. He said, “Patrick Hosi Maswanganyi is a young man who grew up in Tembisa. And like most young boys from the township, I was raised by my grandmother and grandfather. My mother was there but it is my grandmother who played an indelible role in my upbringing.”
About his nickname, he said, “My grandmother gave me the name Tito. I do not know why she calls me that. Everyone calls me Tito, I was hardly called Patrick when I was growing up. The name just stuck with me and I did not question it.”
Patrick Maswanganyi earns a hefty sum at Orlando Pirates FC. According to an article by Briefly.co.za based on a list published by Transfermarkt, Patrick Maswanganyi earns €500,000 per year at Orlando Pirates FC. It is unknown how much he makes monthly, as the list did not report it.
Place Of Birth
Patrick Maswanganyi was born and raised in Tembisa, Gauteng, South Africa. He has also stated that he comes from a poor background. However, his passion for playing football kept him going. He told Orlando Pirates FC in an interview,
“Honestly, I do not think I would be where I am today because when I was growing up, I encountered a lot of difficulties as a result of coming from a poor background. There are periods when I did not have soccer boots, this discouraged me from going to practice and going to games because I did not want to be a burden to other people.”
“When I was young I played for a team called Mighty Tigers. Our coach also did not have much, to make things worse he was handicapped and in a wheelchair. Despite this, he pushed us to continue, and the little that he had, he contributed it back to the team.”
“Things started to change when I went to Stars of Africa Football Academy, and it is there that I saw that perhaps it could be possible for me to play professionally. I was super motivated because I saw this as an opportunity for me to change the situation at home.”