Former Orlando Pirates midfielder Hleza Mofedi has made an appeal to the South Africans regarding the current state of affairs.
With attempts continuing to be made in the fight against the spread of Coronavirus as the numbers of infections keep rising, Mofedi has appealed to Mzansi to stick to the regulations as stipulated by the authorities.
“My appeal to everyone in South Africa is to please obey the rules and to stay at home as instructed. In doing so, let us please not forget to train. I am reminding the players to not forget to train. I am also training at home while we all wait for this Coronavirus to come to an end,” Mofedi told the Siya crew.
Following his retirement from professional football in 2011, Mofedi joined the list of ex-footballers who pursue coaching as a career after hanging up their boots.
The 41-year-old Fouriesburg-born ex-central midfielder is currently the coach of Kurara Kicks in the ABC Motsepe League in the Northern Cape.