Komphela praises Manqele's work ethic

2015-10-21 09:37
Edward Manqele (Gallo Images)

Cape Town – Kaizer Chiefs coach Steve Komphela praised Edward Manqele for his work ethic against Jomo Cosmos in a PSL encounter.

Held at Olen Park Stadium the match ended in a goalless stalemate which was also Amakhosi’s fifth draw of the 2015/16 campaign.

According to KickOff, Komphela says that Manqele’s attitude shows that he is willing to work hard for his spot at the club.

“The boy has a great attitude, and the boy says yes to hard work,” the Amakhosi coach said.

“It’s rare when you see a striker chasing the ball willingly and defends, and Jabu did that.

“There was one run he made chasing the ball to the corner of our big box – you don’t see that in many strikers.

“Now that’s a message to say: ‘Listen, I’m willing to offer myself to the gold and black shirt, are you prepared to be with me?’ And yes, we are prepared to be with him.”


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