Hard work is key commodity when it comes to football and not many players have it. The biggest stars in the world have shared the key to putting in extra work and staying behind when others knock off. This can prove to be the difference in the long run is it can a world of good for player in terms of fitness and being a step ahead of the opponents. Mastering one's game requires a lot of practice and extra hours.
This former Orlando Pirates star was part of the last of the golden generation at the club. He made the move to Cape Town back in 2019 and hasn't looked back since. He was went on to reestablish himself with the Citizens and judging by his social media profile, he is certainly enjoying himself in the Mother City.
Mpho Makola was left amazed by his teammate Thabo Nodada as he shared a clip of him working out following an intense morning session. The star lamanted at the fact that his teammates was across the street skipping rope after a training session. This shows that Nodada is a hard-working athlete and this is probably part of the reason why he has managed to perform consistently.
He has been amazing since bursting into the scene with Cape Town City and was linked with a move to Mpho Makola's former team in Orlando Pirates during the last window. He has emerged as one of the most solid midfielder in the country and has an amazing technic of kicking the ball.
It is only a matter of time before Thabo Nodada makes a move to Gauteng as there has been consistent interest in recent seasons. He is a solid box-to-box player and also brings an advantage of being good in the deal ball situation and hitting them from range. He will have the opportunity to win another trophy with Cape Town City when they face off against Mamelodi Sundowns in the MTN 8 final. He will certainly be an important part of the team on the day as he can produce moments of brilliance.
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