Neo Maema is more and more becoming a star player at Mamelodi Sundowns and his popularity among the Masandawana trustworthy desires no questioning. It's far his knack for surprising desires that sees his big name growing and quite forcing Downs coaches to field him ahead of the more installed playmakers inclusive of George Maluleka, Sibusiso Vilakazi and Gaston Sirino.
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The 25-yr-vintage former Bloemfontein Celtic attacker embarrassed Bafana Bafana and SuperSport United captain Ronwen Williams with a stunning aim within the Tshwane derby on Wednesday in which the Pretoria competitors drew 2-2 at Loftus Versfeld.
Maema opened the scoring with an extended variety shot from his sweet left foot, leaving Williams to select up the ball from the lower back of the internet, probable still wondering in which that bolting strike came from. However that became no longer all that Meama needed to offer – he assisted Peter Shalulile’s ninth intention of the season with a skip to surprise approximately. If there had been an award for the excellent assist, his textual content-book chip would be a the front running contender.
His instruct, Rulani Mokwena says those forms of passes are from the training discipline and lots credit score has to go to the vintage defend at Downs, who have held Maema’s hand from day one.
“He is available in with the dynamism and potential to apply the left foot thoroughly and he has the self assurance to strike the ball from variety. He is getting to know a whole lot of excellent matters and it became high-quality to see the ball that he performed for the help to Peter, that chip over the pinnacle is some thing that we have been working tough on,” stated Mokwena.
“Neo is young and very active, he works very tough on the pitch. He's an exciting player who is giving his heart and soul to Sundowns and i am sure the supporters are happy with his performances. The undertaking now is for him to locate consistency so he may be able to contribute to the goals, whether via assists or scoring,” the Masandawana mentor introduced.
He persisted: “He receives mentorship from people like Themba Zwane and Vilakazi and that is very vital because they manual and that they assist him. It takes more than only a house to raise a child, it is the responsibility of the whole community and in this example it is the obligation of the whole change room.”
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