- Brandon Truter and Ruzaigh Gamildien are shining at the DSTV premiership monthly awards
- The two Moroka Swallows team members were both at the receiving end of awards recently
- While Truter walked away with Coach of the month, Gamildien got Player of the month, flying the Swallows flag high
The Moroka Swallows team members are doing very well for themselves at this month's Dstv Premiership awards. Specifically speaking, two of their members, Brandon Truter and Ruzaigh Gamildien are flying the team flag high.
Coach Truter walked away with the award for Coach of the Month while Gamildien, who managed to score 5 goals in the last few matches was awarded as Player of the Month and also received a trophy.
Truter's win is even more significant owing to the fact that he had earned the award last month as well after judges of the Dstv Premiership awards complimented Truter for guiding the birds into the elite league. They also said that he has displayed an exciting brand of football.
Both of them received a trophy as well as R7000 in cash in prize money. Meanwhile, SA football fans have had this to say about their wins:
"Really Bradley Grobler deserved it way more than Ruzaigh Penaldien #DStvPrem #babizebonke sundowns"
"The Birds Are Back BirdBird #TheBirdsAreBack"
"Congratulations to the birds."
"Congratulations to them. They deserve it. They have done so well to take the Birds to the top...Up the Birds...Don't follow me follow the Birds."
"I wonder who is selecting the coach of the month and a player of the month respectively coz I truly don't understand."
In other Briefly.co.za sports news, SA Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has never been one to shy away from the Twitter streets, always taking some time out to share his thoughts on one thing or the other. This time he has shared his thoughts about Kaizer Chiefs fans.
In his hilarious yet low-key shady tweet, Minister Mbablula basically calls on the fans, who have been in unusually high spirits as of late, to tone down with all the celebrating that they've been doing online.
"Kaizer chiefs people no man," he wrote in the tweet.
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