Friendly advice has been offered to a Kaizer Chiefs star who is touted for greatness, following his impressive performances for the Soweto giants.
Reeve Frosler – the Amakhosi right-back who has made 16 starts in coach Ernst Middendorp’s title-chasing side, has impressed former Chiefs defender Tlou ‘Spanner’ Molekwane with his performances.
According to Molekwane, who is a former right-back himself, the 22-year-old Port Elizabeth-born player could go all the way to be a regular in Bafana Bafana.
“Frosler is a very good player. I like him a lot and in saying this I am no trying to buy his face but I am being honest according to my observation. He is a mobile player who is equally good both in defending and going forward. He is still young and I see a bright future for him. He’s been doing very well for the team and he is going to represent our country definitely,” he said.
“He must keep working hard and be humble and learn to take advice from the senior players. You must remember that sometimes when youngsters are playing week-in and week-out they tend to become big-headed. Sometimes they don’t listen to people and don’t arrive on time in training and things like that. Those are the things that can result to a drop in a player’s performance,” added Molekwane.
Frosler had been called up to Bafana coach Molefi Ntseki’s squad in March for the Cameroon 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Sao Tome, before the Coronavirus pandemic put all football activities worldwide on a standstill.
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