Thabiso Monyane shares throwback pics and opens up on road to success

Thabiso Monyane shares throwback pics and opens up on road to success

- Orlando Pirates defender Thabiso Monyane recently shared a touching social media post and included some throwback photos

- The post focused on his journey to success and he praised God

- South Africans were moved by his message and heaped praise on the youngster

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Orlando Pirates defender Thabiso Monyane shared a message which moved many social media users on Tuesday.

Monyane touched on the path he followed to achieve his dream of playing for the first team and he gave God the glory.

The youngster has enjoyed a meteoric rise to success as former coach Rhulani Mokwena rated Monyane as the best right-back in the country.

Interestingly, Briefly.co.za predicted great things from Monyane as we previously named him as one of the seven youngsters to look out for at the start of the season.

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Monyane shared some throwback photos and included the following caption:

"Just an ordinary boy who kept believing and never lost hope. God rewards patience."

Briefly.co.za gathered that many football fans admired Monyane's tweet, based on the positive reactions.

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Lerato Ma Ada Ledwaba (@padamaada) simply said,

"Brilliant, too nice."

Tsutsindinski (@kabo_kopite) noted the significance of the pics:

"These pictures show the importance of role models and longevity of careers at our clubs. Kids easily identify with a player that they've seen for a long time at their boyhood club. Thank you @JeleHappy for your service."

Tiyani Sambo (@Baclar) added,

"You are the future of Orlando Pirates. Keep working hard and remain grounded."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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