HIGH FIVES to Cape Town City Football Club for winning their first major trophy in the PSL campaign in their first season.
This follows City’s hard fought win over the marauding SuperSport 2-1 this past weekend to clinch the Telkom Knockout silverware.
Credit should be given to both coach and players’ who have been working tirelessly to be a force to reckon with.
Eric Tinkcler, former Bafana strong midfielder has been an inspiration to the team and his signing of players has borne fruits thus far.
The likes of Alexandra born Lebohang Manyama, Aubrey Ngoma and Thamsanqa Mkhize, have stamped their authority at the club and everyone is dancing to their tunes.
The trio also played a major role in dismantling the Pretoria side known for their tactical awareness thanks to coach Stuart Baxter’s philosophy.
And from their humility, you can almost sense unity and togetherness which explains their nine game unbeaten streak.
Tinkler has managed to build a family and like they’ve each reiterated, they work for one another which has proven to be a very special weapon for the ‘Citizens’ as City is known by the Capetonians.
Kudus must also be directed to c
lub owner John Comitis, who confirmed that R2-million of the Telkom Knockout prize money will be shared by players.
Well deserved bonus boys!