- Golden Arrows coach Steve Komphela inspired football fans with a powerful message
- Komphela conveyed his message in a video that was shared via social media
- South Africans reacted positively to the footage and lauded Komphela for his leadership ability
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Golden Arrows coach Steve Komphela is renowned for being a good tactician, but also for his analysis of the beautiful game.
The former Kaizer Chiefs mentor is a student of the game and has become known for some of his detailed and deep post-match interviews.
True to form, Komphela shared a video via Twitter and it included a powerful message - not applicable to only sport, but to life in general.
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Komphela made a comparison between two car manufacturers, Toyota and Rolls Royce.
His analogy offered two options - receipt of a Toyota in just half a day or the option of a Rolls Royce, but only after six months.
Komphela's message was clear - "patience to process means quality".
Since being shared on Tuesday, the video has garnered an incredible 114 000 views via Twitter.
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Vina (@alfavina) said,
"There’s a saying leadership if you want cheap and fast order a burger but scrumptious half lamb shank takes a bit of time in the kitchen."
Esther diana ndou (@NdouDiana) added,
"Patience is essential to daily life _and might be a key to a happy one. Having patience means being able to wait calmly in the face of frustration or adversity, so anywhere there is frustration or adversity ie... Nearly everywhere... We have the opportunity to practice."
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported that Vaal University of Technology FC coach Stanley Nkoana made some cheeky remarks in respect of Golden Arrows coach Steve Komphela.
Komphela took exception and feels that disrespectful behaviour is becoming commonplace.
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