Orlando Pirates defender Innocent Maela has had an exceptionally difficult season, bringing about less game-time with sibling and AmaZulu defender FC Tshepo Masilela giving his contemplations.
Maela has had a promising career which has seen him draw nearer to turning into a normal at Bafana however this season he battled with injuries which obstructed his game-time. His sibling and individual defender Tshepo Masilela concedes that Maela has had an extremely difficult season yet trust that his fortunes will change come the following effort.
"He is more settled now, he has developed and he figures out the game. He has been out with a physical issue for a very long time at this point and for him at the stage is in, he should be unassuming and continue to really buckle down," Masilela told the Siya team. "I trust next season (that) fortunes will change for him, quickly return and I generally let him know that football is serious and nothing is ensured. Continuously be unassuming, do additional preparation," he added.
Source: Masilela's advice to Maela at Pirates (soccerladuma.co.za)
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