- Lucas Radebe has advised Percy Tau to stay at Brighton & Hove Albion and fight for his place to start in the squad
- The former Bafana Bafana player thinks that Tau needs to fight for his spot so that he can play in the English Premier League
- Percy Tau recently played in a friendly match where he scored a goal and this caused a debate about his future at the club
Percy Tau has had quite a whirlwind of a career with Brighton & Hove Albion and is pretty much still open to the idea of leaving the club. Tau has been sent out on loan a few times since joining the club and many thought he'd finally get the chance when he was recalled.
When Tau was recalled to the team, fans hoped that he would be getting some more game time but it was not to be. He recently played in a friendly match and impressed by scoring a goal but nobody knows if it will be enough.
The legendary Lucas Radebe thinks that Percy Tau needs to stay at Brighton. He thinks that will be a good move for his career.
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“I don’t think Percy must leave. I see no point in returning to Belgium because he’s been there before. He’s talented enough to play at Brighton. He must fight harder," said Radebe to SowetanLIVE.
Brandon Peterson shows off mad skills as Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper
In other soccer news, Briefly News reported that Brandon Peterson really made a name for himself at the Carling Black Label Cup and impressed when he was subbed on.
The goalkeeper made a number of saves during the penalty shootout against Orlando Pirates and this made fans believe that he should be given the number one slot.
Petersen, who replaced Itumeleng Khune in the second half, became an overnight hero solely because the Chiefs won 4-3 on penalties at Orlando Stadium against their old enemies, the Orlando Pirates.
Mzansi social media users couldn't help but notice just how hard Peterson was trying to make his performance a memorable one and showered him with all the praise.
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