- Piet Moima excitedly shared his birthday pictures to Twitter as he sports a Mamelodi Sundowns jersey
- Sundowns could not miss the chance to wish their fan a great big happy birthday and compliment his drip
- Another fan who saw the exchange requested that Sundowns deliver a gift to Piet but received no response
Mamelodi Sundowns wished a fan a very happy birthday on Twitter. Piet Moima is the Chairman for Digwale PSG FC based in Mpumalanga. For his birthday, he showed off his drip by sporting a Mamelodi Sundowns jersey.
Piet shared pictures of himself in his Sundowns jersey with a caption thanking God for his birthday. Sundowns responded with: "Happy Birthday @Piet_Moima. Here’s to many more fam! P.S. The drip is looking (fire emoji)."
Piet thanked Masandawana for their joyous and sweet birthday message while another fan asked the admin of Sundowns' Twitter to send Piet a gift.
Take a look at Piet's tweet below:
This was Sundown's response:
To which Piet responded with:
"Thank you very much @Masandawana. You know how we roll."
Clyde requested a gift for Piet but received no response:
In other trending sports news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported on Cape Town City FC putting a R44 million price tag on Craig Martin. The wing-back has reportedly caught the eye of Orlando Pirates but the Buccs will have to be really keen on getting the young footballer to fork out such an insane amount of money.
The 27-year-old has been representing Cape Town City since 2017 and made a total of 86 appearances. Martin has shown a few great performances in recent times allowing for two assists and a goal in his eight DStv Premiership appearances.
It seems as though Josef Zinnabauer's team is wanting to build a stronger side but if they really want Martin, they have some tough negotiations ahead of them.
According to a report by KickOff, City initially wanted R5 million for Martin, the number then rose to R8 million in 2019 and now Cape Town City chairman John Comitis says he will not accept anything lower than the R44 million.
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