Cape Town - Bidvest
Wits coach Gavin Hunt admits to feeling the void left by playmaker
Sibusiso Vilakazi's move to reigning Absa Premiership champions, Mamelodi
Vilakazi formed the core of Hunt's formation in the last three seasons at the university club.
In the recent transfer window, Vilakazi joined Sundowns in a
blockbuster deal that saw Mogakolodi Ngele and Cuthbert Malajila move in the
"Vila' is a good, honest professional, but (his move) was good for
all parties - for him personally, for the club and for Sundowns," Hunt
told Soccer Laduma.
"And it happens in football. I was very sad to see him go... I still miss the boy... but we must move on.
"The team has evolved and it was at the right age for him personally.
We have numerous players in that position. A guy like Daine - we need
to re-invent him and re-energise him. He is the one and Myeni is another
"If you look at our squad, we have enough players that fit into that
role. Hellings Mhango is also coming. He hasn't really played in that
role, but he can."