- Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Brylon Petersen has been on the receiving end of many well wishes
- 25-year-old Petersen was congratulated by the team after bagging his Mechanical Engineering degree
- Chiefs' replies section was packed with amazing messages for the young footballer
25-year-old Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Brylon Petersen bagged a degree in BSc Engineering (Mechanical) from Wits. Petersen received a personalised congratulatory message from Chiefs on Twitter.
It seems as though Amakhosi had some sort of hand in helping Petersen achieving his dream. Petersen shared a response to Chiefs on Twitter stating that he was grateful for the club for giving him the opportunity to expand his knowledge.
Football fans felt a sense of pride wash over them as they congratulated the young man on his educational feat.
View Chiefs' post below:
Below is Brylon's response:
Briefly.co.za took a look at other responses the young man received. Read some of them below:
"A well-educated SA soccer player, now that's a flex."
"Big ups ntwana. #Amakhosi4Life."
@Toolz_Nonks responded with:
"He needs to be the number one goalkeeper. He will know where to position himself and 'calculate' situations during a game, if you know what I mean."
"This is a great achievement and congratulations on your future studies."
"Well done for setting a good example. More players must prepare beyond their careers by getting qualifications to fall back on."
"Congrats young man, now you can play your soccer full-time, at least you have something to fall back on when the soccer route has come to an end."
In other news about young South Africans making waves, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a lady who surprised her mom by achieving her Master's. Melisiwe Zikalala has obtained her Master's degree in Commercial Law and her story is one to remember.
According to the young lady, she told everyone close to her that she had dropped out of studying. She added that she felt she had been in a terrible position and decided to move in silence, and thanked God for that.
After obtaining her Master's, Melisiwe shared the news with her mom and she was ecstatic. Melisiwe created excitement with her mother as she still thought that her daughter had dropped out. Her story is truly inspiring and motivational.
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