Greg Etafia is in the building, and is answering your questions! Today, he discusses the toughest forward he faced, who Kaizer Chiefs' best keeper is, embarrassing moments, and how he ended up in South Africa.
Which PSL striker was the biggest problem for you? – Dupenter
Greg Etafia: Every striker who plays in the PSL is quality. All the strikers are good, and you must remember that I'm still playing, technically. But if I had to choose one, it would be Collins Mbesuma.
Who is the best of Kaizer Chiefs' three goalkeepers? – Mentashe
GE: They're all good. At Kaizer Chiefs, there is no such thing as a bad keeper. Every goalkeeper deserves a chance to play, but Khune topped everyone. He has a lot of advantages with the modern game, any time, any day.
What was your most embarrassing moment? – Mido93
GE: Just losing, hey. I can't recall one specific, but losing is always embarrassing. You just feel down and out when you lose.
How did you end up in South Africa? – Lapo_Molebatsi
GE: I played for the national team in the Olympics. Back home, I was well-known, I played all the way from U17. I went to the Sydney Olympics in 2000, and Gavin Hunt was watching from South Africa and invited me for trials. After I came, I trained for three days and he was satisfied, he told me to go to the office and sign. So Gavin Hunt is the reason I came to South Africa.