Cape Town - Kaizer
Chiefs and Bafana Bafana defender Ramahlwe Mphahlele says he has a lot
of belief in fellow national team youngster Reeve Frosler, though the
Bidvest Wits star has much to learn.
The pair are in Stuart Baxter's Bafana squad for the upcoming Four
Nations tournament involving Zimbabwe, Zambia and Angola which starts on
Nonetheless, 28-year-old Mphahlele says that 20-year-old Frosler has
plenty of talent but has to keep working hard to ensure he reaches his
full potential in the right-back position.
Speaking to Sunday World, he said: "I've watched Frosler and
he's got the potential to be a good player. He's a youngster and he's
obviously still learning and coached by Coach Gavin (Hunt), who knows
how to deal with youngsters.
"Let's give him time and let him get the experience to play at a
higher level; play for Wits and play for the national team. He's a good
player and I love his work ethic.
"He doesn't ever complicate things, so he's a good player and he must
just keep his head down and just know that there's still a long way to
The Chiefs star added that the Four Nations was an opportunity to
shine, saying: "I can still perform like I did when I played for Bafana,
so it's not a surprise, because it's not like there is a new coach.
"It's still the same coach, so he knows what I can do and he knows if
I will help the team or not. If he calls me, he believes I will help