Cape Town - Baroka FC coach Wedson Nyirenda has
praised the contribution of his captain Mduduzi Mdantsane to the Limpopo
team and said the skipper is destined to reach greater heights in the
Mdantsane and his Baroka teammates wrote their names into the history
books of South African football when they became the first team from
the Limpopo province to lift an official trophy in the PSL when they won
the Telkom Knockout earlier this season.
Bakgaga, however, have not kicked on from that momentous achievement
and still find themselves in a relegation dog fight with nine games of
the season remaining.
Nyirenda gave special recognition to his skipper, who is only 24-years-old, as they try to avoid the drop at all costs.
The Baroka mentor said about Mdantsane: "He is a very important
player. I think he is a pillar of strength for this team. He makes
things easy," said Nyirenda.
"Mduduzi will make mistakes, you talk to him, he will come back and
do things better. He trains hard and I see him going places in his
Nyirenda will hope Mdantsane can inspire his troops to victory when they take on Polokwane City in a Limpopo derby on Sunday.