South African under-23 international gets recognised for a top award in Portugal.
By Okzydeboy | self meida writer
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Bafana Bafana future star Kobamelo Kodisang was born in the North West province, in a small town called Seraleng on the 28th of August 1999.
The SC Braga playmaker was voted amongst the nominees for the best attacker in the Portuguese reserve league as he features for SC Braga's reserve side reported on www.goal.com.
The South African international has 7 league in this current season for his parent club and he looks destined to graduate to the SC Braga first team in the next coming season because of his heroics in the reserve league.
In the month of January, the star scored 5 goals in 5 league games as shown on www.soccerway.com.
He is currently in the form of his life, playing the best football of his young and promising career.
With a lot of consistency the former Platinum starlet will become one of the best players in the Portuguese league and the Primiera liga when he gets promoted.
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