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Yeye On Local Coaches: We Haven't Arrived, Let's Work Hard

The expanding number of nearby mentors in the PSL has given many expectation on the advancement of South African football. 

With Pitso Mosimane viewed as the example of overcoming adversity in the current age, previous Bafana midfielder Reneilwe Letsholonyane has said that the difficult work for local mentors starts now. 

Yeye however much he concurs that the nation is moving a correct way with great mentors, we shouldn't be agreeable. 

"As South Africans we get out of hand rapidly, when we see a brief look at something. At the point when we head a correct way we will in general think we've shown up," Letsholonyane told the Siya team. 

"Lets show restraint, yes our neighborhood mentors are working really hard and progressing admirably. We are at where we ought to see the value in that however not be agreeable, be able to buckling down. 

"We have great mentors in our association, they comprehend the way of life of the players and as long as we improve and continue to buckle down, South African football will be better and cutthroat," he added.

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