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Jul 15, 2017 07:28 AM

A european move should be a priority to south african footballers

The recently return back home to some of south african players from europe such as ayanda patosi,andile jali and daylon claasen has become concerning issue for south african football.these players still have age as an advantage on their side for them to persue their careers in europe.form the media and all football fanitics in the country,we would like to see our stars heading to some bigest european league' that way our football can benefit a lot interms of experience specialy for the national teams.taking nothing from the psl as it's a great league in africa on its own.if we export more playing personel into the european league's like we did way back during early 90's.we can see a major improvement in our national teams interms of results and experience.however,it's very interesting to see some of the young south africans such as tyrone sandows,siph mdlalose,lebohang phiri,lebogang mothiba,luther singh,thabo cele,liam jordan,mihlali mayambela and many more in europe at an early stages of their careers.these youngersters are flying the south african flag very high in europe.the most important matter is for them getting more gametime on the field of play to their respective clubs.however, only if the psl clubs can start on having more confidence to the that way we can play regular world cup tournaments in the future.a european move should be a priority to south african players.they must stop want to be stars only here at home.they must start now to have overseas ambitions and learn other new things in their football careers.

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Sejosengoe walter itumeleng Joined: 16 Dec 2015
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Sejosengoe walter itumeleng Jul 15, 2017 09:59 AM
Indeed the early 90s players were hungry and very passionate about the game.i think money have overtaken the passion for the game these days.considering the recources and evolving of the psl brand,our guys should be flourishing well in europe.
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Ronsco Jul 15, 2017 09:47 AM
Early return of players is an indication of a failed system locally that cannot breed players who are and can adapt to different European stles and flourish, i still believe the 1994 guys were the best, they didnt have the same resources as the current guys in the psl, but they had the heart and spirit coupled by a good determination to succeed, Mark fish, Beni, lucas radebe etc.Problem is current crop of players know they ahve the option to come back home and hence they act as spoit brats when they go overseas. They cant fight for places in first team, they dont have patience to learn the art of the game at different level and they lack vison to outgrow their potential

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