- Tshegofatsha Mabasa.
Orlando Pirates' top marksmen have a point to prove in the Bafana set up in the 2022 FIFA world cup qualifiers against Ethiopia in the current international break, after his impressive to the DSTV Premiership League scoring 2 goals against Swallows FC and Chippa United as reported on www.kickoff.com.
The big strong striker has the potential to be the number one striker in the Bafana Bafana set up as he is one of the lethal traditional centre-forward in South Africa football, his only competition is France-based RS Strasbourg Alsace center-forward Lebohang Mothiba Mothiba.
It is very rare nowadays to find a traditional centre-forward as a lot of wingers are being played as centre-forward due to the lack of traditional strikers in domestic football, you find coaches playing with a false number 9 a system that Manchester City's Pep Guardiola uses in the English Premiership League.
That inspires a lot of coaches to follow the same route.
- Luke Fleurs.
The South African under-23 international central defender is one of the brightest talents coming out in South African football after his good performances in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, featuring in all three games against hosts Japan, European giants France and Mexico playing full 90 minutes all the games as reported on www.goal.com.
The Supersport United young sweeper is really one for the future due to his maturity and calmness in his style of play despite only being 21-years-of-age.
- Terrence Mashego.
The best left-back in South African football at the moment has a point to prove in the senior national team set-up.
He is competing with Kaizer Chiefs Sfiso Hlanti for the fullback position.
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