Ability is a lot in the Premier Soccer League and Stellenbosch FC are one of the clubs in the association who have uncovered some superb ability. The most recent reports from Soccer Laduma has it that Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns are observing Stellies youth Roy Keane Avontuur with distinct fascination.
Bosses and Sundowns are truly adept at detecting an ability. The 18-year-old Avontuur left a mark on the world by turning into the club's most youthful ever debutant last year. He was in real life at the Engen Knockout competition in Cape Town last end of the week, driving Stellies to a semi-last completion, where they missed out to the possible victors Ubuntu FC.
Amd now it is accepted that Amakhosi and Masandawana had sent scouts to the lofty youth competition to watch out for the midfielder.
Avontuur showed up in the DStv Premiership for mentor Steve Barker's side last season. It stays not yet clear if the two Premier Soccer League goliaths would figure out how to bait him away from the club.
Soccer Laduma Oct 2021
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