Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach Rulani Mokwena is excited about young player Abubeker Ahmed Nasir after seeing him play for the first time on Wednesday night.
Nasir came on as an attacker to replace Thabiso Kutumela in TS Galaxy's 1-0 loss on Wednesday.
Mokwena said, Because of what he brings to the table and what kind of striker he is, "We have a quiet sense of hope for Nasir's future.
"Again, we're talking about a player who is younger than 23, which means there's still a lot of untapped potential that needs to be protected.
Who will stop this jam (starlet), Abubeker Ahmed Nasir, whom Sundown just signed? This is what the Chiefs are worried about.
We need to keep being patient with Nasir because there is a lot." He has already been the top scorer for one season, which could have been two in a row if he had finished the season.
"It's hard to know how much potential a young player has, but based on the limited experience we have working with youth players, we see a lot of ways to try to help him reach his full potential and improve his performance in games.
But that takes time, so if you want to see Nasir at his best, you'll have to be patient.
Mokwena says that it will happen, but it will take some time.
After he signed in January, Nasir went back to Ethiopian Coffee on loan.
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