Much has been made of Cape Town City's squad and their chances of surviving relegation from the Absa Premiership, but how will they line up next season?
John Comitis' side has snapped up four foreigners in recent weeks, in the shape of Roland Putsche (Austria), James Brown and Matt Sim (Australia), and Renars Rode from Latvia.
The club has certainly been hard at work trying to build up their roster from the 14 players that relocated to Cape Town, and they are slowly making progress.
While people have seen the faces of the new arrivals, not much is known on how coach Eric Tinkler plans to line up his preferred starting XI.
Today, we take a look at possible line-up the former Orlando Pirates coach could go for, based on the players he has at his disposal (an over-packed midfield), and how he likes to play with one man up front.
Check out the starting XI below (formation: 4-5-1)
GK: Shu-Aib Walters – R3 million
LB: Ebrahim Seedat – R1. 14 million
CB: Tshepo Gumede – R3 million
CB: Renars Rode – R4.5 million
RB: Vincent Kobola – R2.25 million
LW: Lebogang Manyama – R4.87 million
LM: Aubrey Modiba – R3.75 million
DM: Roland Putsche – R4.5 million
RM: James Brown – R3 million
RW: Aubrey Ngoma – R4.5 million
FW: Bhongolwethu Jayiya – R3 million
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