Johannesburg - Former Bafana Bafana captain, Aaron Mokoena, has expressed his opinion
on where he feels the direction of the PSL title race is going.
According to the soccerladuma website, the 33-year-old, who starred for the likes of Ajax Amsterdam, Germinal
Beerschot, Genk, Portsmouth and Blackburn Rovers during his playing
career in Europe, last spent time playing in the PSL for Wits in
The tough-tackling central defender has not ruled out a return to
playing in South Africa's domestic top flight, however he has in earlier
times revealed to the Siya crew he will only reach a decision at the
end of the current campaign.
Nonetheless, the Boipatong-born star still retains a keen interest in
this season's battle for the Absa Premiership crown, and he gave his
view on what he thinks might happen as the league race reaches its final
'Mbazo' told the crew, "It's still a race! It's not done as yet. It's
quite interesting the way it is at the moment. I think now it's a mental
game. It's about who is going to crack more. This title race will go to
the last day. Of course, it will be a bit difficult for Kaizer Chiefs
at the moment - I mean they've dropped crucial points in the past few
games. But, knowing Stuart Baxter as I do, he's going to prepare the
boys as best as possible. Against Wits they looked a bit tired perhaps
because of the games in Africa and what-not. For me, it's all about a
test of mental strength now. This is why I'm saying, mate, this title
race is not done."