Former Mamelodi Sundowns captain Alje Schut has revealed the three toughest players he came up against during his time in the Absa Premiership.
Speaking to Soccer Laduma in an exclusive interview, Schut made mention of a well-travelled Ajax Cape Town forward, as well as a former Kaizer Chiefs and current SuperSport United attacker.
The former FC Utrecht defender led coach Pitso Mosimane's side to the PSL title, as well as the Nedbank Cup, during a three-year spell with the club, before returning to Europe at the end of the 2014/15 campaign to coach Kozakken Boys in the Netherlands.
The Dutchman spoke of three strikers he considers to be workaholics for their respective sides, but reserved special praise for the PSL's highest ever goalscorer, who now plies his trade in the NFD with AmaZulu.
"I'd give it to Nomvethe," Schut said.
"I enjoyed the tussles against the other two, because they gave their all for their teams."
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