Veteran defender Rooi Mahamutsa is remaining positive during lockown and says he will continue to play football for as long as possible.
The 38-year-old former Orlando Pirates and Free State Stars defender
joined Ajax Cape Town in February on a short-term deal until the end of
He had been without a club since leaving Ea Lla Koto in 2019 and was
yet to feature for Ajax before all sporting activities were suspended as
a result of the coronavirus.
Speaking to the Sowetan, the experienced centre-back said: "I always
have a positive mind. I always see positivity out of all situations.
Whatever happens, happens, I'll take it and move forward.
"So far I can't predict what will happen [with his future at Ajax],
but I am really positive that I'll stay and contribute to the team."
He added: "I still have a lot of football in my body. I still want to offer more to South African football.
"Football is something I love so much, so I'll continue playing as long as I can."
Ajax entered the enforced break on top of the GladAfrica
Championship, with 24 games played, seven points clear of second placed
- TEAMtalk media