Tsotsobe is a scapegoat

2013-08-08 15:11
Lonwabo Tsotsobe (Gallo Images)
I'm astound by the comments of news24 readers it's the same comments of Kepler Wessels,who is getting away with murder on international tv on how he's being racist in his comments towards players of colour. Tsotsobe according to the whole white public of South Africa has never cemented his place in the starting team. We have Faf who is seen as a senior player but can anyone remember a innings(limited overs)where Faf has actually saved a game. I can remember numerous games that old lanky "not strong enough"(keplers words)(second ranked in 50 overs2011\2012 to Morne Morkel)saved te day for his country in limeted overs cricket but we choose to deny the facts. Morne is not a test bowler as his record shows and Faf is not a limited overs cricketer as his abilities has proved to us. But we as a nation seem to be okay with this. I think its time we realise unity in our country would never be met with only white uncapable sportsmen leading the way. Lets be honest morne was supposed to be our front line bowler this series please pull up his statistics for this T20 series against Lopsy and then we decide who must pull up thier socks as well.

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