The Premier Soccer League has declared the player and mentor of the month victors for April.
Mamelodi Sundowns forward Peter Shalulile was granted with the player of the month grant after he partook in a decent run of structure in April. He sacked two full go-arounds during the month against Swallows FC and Golden Arrows, showing how destructive he is before objective.
Shalulile hit the 20-objective imprint in April, turning into the primary player since Siyabonga Nomvethe in 2011/12 to accomplish this.
Cape Town City mentor Eric Tinkler was named mentor of the month, following the side's amazing run of the outcomes in April which has seen them nearly fitting the bill for the CAF Champions League. The Citizens were unbeaten in the five matches they played in April, winning three and drawing two.
They enlisted a major 5-1 win over Baroka FC, beat Maritzburg United 1-0 and edged Kaizer Chiefs 2-1. They held champions Sundowns to a goalless attract Tshwane and worked out to a 1-1 draw with Royal AM.
Kaizer Chiefs aggressor Keagan Dolly, in the mean time, won the objective of the month grant for his freekick against Chippa United.
Each of the three victors will get R7000 and a prize.
Source link: https://www.soccerladuma.co.za/news/articles/local/categories/south-africa/mamelodi-sundowns-striker-peter-shalulile-cape-town-city-coach-eric-tinkler-win-months-dstv-premiers/717548
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