- SA football team recently shared a hilarious post on their Twitter page about the team's fitness
- The funny post pokes fun at what the teams opposition expected from the team versus what they received from the team
- Fans found the post absolutely hilarious, many of them heading to the comment section to share their thoughts
South African football teams are all gunning to be number one. A part of getting there means engaging with fans and sometimes even making them laugh. Moroka Swallows FC recently did just that.
Taking to their Twitter page, they shared a hilarious cheeky post about the team's current fitness and readiness level. The funny post features a scrawny man under the title what they expected, in which the team is referring to their opposition.
While the next post features the same man but this time buff and ready for action, under the title what they getting, implying that their soccer opposition will be receiving a lot more than they initially bargained for.
Football fans absolutely loved it. Many of them took to the comment section to share their thoughts about the funny tweet. Read a few of their comments below.
"Football would kill you real death. Admin, we have seen this movie before... and guess what.....it ended in tears."
"Oksalayo the league title will remain at Chloorkop."
"Admin of the year so far."
"Ai this admin is wilding, give me your phone."
"This club's admin is always coming through with the banter bro. Top tier stuff."
In other Briefly.co.za sports news, Kaizer Chiefs fans are not happy at all, not after a video has emerged online of defender Eric Mathoho, goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune as well as Lebogang Manyama at a party.
Yoki Yoki hitmaker Vhudi Mamphwe, the younger brother of Mathoho provided the music. Fans were unhappy with the Chiefs recent performance, particularly Khune and did not feel that the had earned the right to celebrate.
"Kaizer Chiefs players don’t have stress shem Mathoho ke drum boy, Manyama enjoying his beverage, Khune o haka Matrokisi..."
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