6 Awesome reactions to Banyana's Refiloe Jane and Rhoda Mulaudzi signing to Australian team

6 Awesome reactions to Banyana's Refiloe Jane and Rhoda Mulaudzi signing to Australian team

Banyana Banyana pair Refiloe Jane and Rhoda Mulaudzi have secured a historic transfer to Australia, and it made South Africans proud.

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As Briefly.co.za reported earlier, the South African soccer women's team took to social media to share Jane and Mulaudzi's historic signing with Australian football club Canberra United.

"Banyana Banyana duo of Refiloe Jane and striker Rhoda Mulaudzi have signed for Australian side Canberra United, becoming the first South African players to play in Australia. WELL DONE GIRLS!!", the post read.

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The post prompted a response from tweeps, who congratulated the two women on their historic achievement.

So, Briefly.co.za decided to gather 10 of the most awesome reactions to Jane and Mulaudzi's Australian deal.

Social media user @SthembisoMkhize wrote, "Great for the ladies. Bad for @SAFA_net coz no matter how ladies raise the bar, the association doesnt recognized hardwork."
Another tweep, @peter_moraka92, added: "Well done our women you deserve it more than anyone #inwomen'smonth."

"Jane, She is the best defensive middle field and she plays better than someone," @NahayoMash commented.
Ntate Khumalo, who goes by the Twitter handle @ntate_khumalo, wrote: "Great news indeed. So wish more of our ladies can move abroad."

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