Amajimbos coach, Molefi Ntseki’s exploits of securing a World Cup berth for the men’s U17 national team have not gone unnoticed by Bloemfontein Celtic boss, Max Tshabalala.
The Siwelele Chairman has applauded Ntseki and his charges for the valorous displays they have exhibited at the African Youth Championships in Niger, which has culminated to a spot in the U17 FIFA World Cup in Chile scheduled to be played later this year, following an impressive 3-1 victory over Cameroon.
“Words cannot adequately express my feelings seeing our own former coach achieving greatly and most significantly instilling self-esteem on these young boys who started the tournament with two draws and gallantly fought back to defeat Cameroon in their third game,” said Tshabalala on the Celtic website.
“Molefi’s exquisite tactical acumen compounded by impeccable credentials resembles that of a true professional and one is not flabbergasted seeing him contributing positively towards development of our players. Wishing them all the best for their semi-final clash against Nigeria on Wednesday during CAF African youth championship tournament,” concluded the Phunya Sele Sele chairman.