Moeketsi Sekola of the Real Kings and Tauriq Dien of Cape Umoya United FC during the GladAfrica Championship coordinate between Cape Umoya United and Real Kings at Athlone Stadium on December 20, 2019 in Cape Town.
Jomo Cosmos proprietor mentor Jomo Sono has asked his charge, Moeketsi Sekola, who's right now the GladAfrica Championship top-scorer, to zero in additional in the group's aggregate objective of acquiring advancement as opposed to contemplating winning the Golden Boot.
Sekola is at the culmination of the subsequent level's scoring graphs with eight objectives. The Botshabelo-conceived, Free State, striker has highlighted altogether Ezenkosi's 15 alliance excursions up until now.
"What number of objectives has he [Sekola] scored? I don't check… I am just centered around seeing Cosmos winning. He should not consider winning the Golden Boot. I figure his desire isn't to win the Golden Boot… at his age  his desire should be to see the club winning advancement,'' Sono told Sowetan.
"How might the Golden Boot help me when we're as yet in the NFD? The kid has done very well for us. I trust he keeps on assisting us with those objectives. His experience is appearing.''
The 65-year-old Ezenkosi supremo additionally shed some light on why he generally gives Premiership dismisses another opportunity to resuscitate their vocations in the subsequent level.
Previous Orlando Pirates protector Ayanda Gcaba, Khethukuthula Zwane, in the past of Pretoria University, and ex-Highlands Park midfielder Ricardo Versuur, are among various recent first class stars who've discovered home at Ezenkosi this term.
"I don't really take a gander at the age or the historical backdrop of a player. On the off chance that a player is doing admirably I play him. For me it's about ability and assurance, there's nothing more to it. Gcaba is giving us what we need from him. He's been strong at the back,'' Sono expressed.
Sono stressed his contention that he takes a gander at ability than age by saying he even flaunts various players who are younger than 20 at his group. 18-year-old Siyabonga Nkosi (not to be mistaken for resigned Kaizer Chiefs midfielder) is one of the most youthful Cosmos players this season.
"We have a great deal of under-20 young men in the group, that shows we focus on ability not age,'' Sono contended.
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