Patrick Tignyemb has been keeping goal for Bloemfontein Celtic for a number of seasons now and in that time has been the trusted last line of defence for the club.
However, his pedigree and form were called into question right from the beginning of this season, following some poor results, as well as Celtic’s ‘Goals Against’ column, that did not make for good reading. Many believe the Cameroonian goalkeeper has failed to replicate the form of last season and that Celtic should be venturing into the transfer market in search of a number one.
Phunya Sele Sele has, so far this season, conceded 21 goals in 14 league games and could find themselves dragged into relegation trouble if they continue letting in goals. The question still remains, though, as to whether Tignyemb still has what it takes to safeguard the Celtic net.
Thembalethu Moses, who is considered the number one between the sticks for Ernst Middendorp’s side, is yet to establish himself at the club, so who should take responsibility?