- Orlando Pirate's Thabiso Monyane has taken to Twitter to celebrate being back in the game
- The defender shared a picture of himself on the field as well as a caption explaining how happy he was to be back
- Monyane found himself off the field after having had gotten injured during a game
Orlando Pirates' Thabiso Monyane recently took to Twitter to celebrate finally being back on the field. Monyane found himself having to take a temporary leave of absence following the untimely injury.
He is back though and in super high spirits even taking to Twitter to say how happy he feels to be in top form and ready to conquer South African football fields with as much vigour as he can master.
"Felt good coming back after a while, crucial 3 points gained!," he captioned the Twitter post.
Soon his fans were in the comment section happily welcoming him back and sharing their thoughts on his performance. Read a few of their comments below.
"You played well, keep up the good work."
"Well played Buccaneer my only advice judging buy yesterday s game and that penalty next time protect the ball I feel if you used your right foot to protect and put the ball on your left foot."
"But sometimes guys you must be ruthless and punish these teams more especially when they are a man down. Our team has the quality to destroy any team in the PSL. I'm not happy that you guys nearly gave us a heart attack because you left it late."
In other Briefly.co.za sports news, Gavin Hunt, the head coach of Kaizer Chiefs refused to hold the team's captain solely responsible for the humiliating defeat to Supersport United. The Chiefs have been in a bit of a slump lately and so has Itumeleng Khune, who has had a bad couple of matches recently.
This last match was a case in point, where Khune's costly blunder allowed United to defeat the Chiefs 2-1. Khune made a rookie error and accidentally gifted the opposition possession which led to Bradley Grobler passing it on to Sipho Mbule who effortlessly put it into the net.
It was like history repeating itself, Khune made a similar costly error two weeks ago against Black Leopards. Hunt asked supporters to have patience with the team, not holding Khune responsible for the defeat. He said that this was just a "rough" period and the players will pull through.
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