- Bongani Zungu recently soared to the top of his Rangers team's nice list after he organised something special for one of his teammates
- According to reports, Zungu had organised a phone call between one of his teammates and his role model, Lucas Hadebe
- Many of Bongani Zungu and Rangers FC fans were left marvelled by Zungu's grand gesture and expressed their thoughts about online
Bongani Zungu may have found a way to creep back into his coach and Scotland's good books after he managed to pull off a grand gesture of kindness for one of his Rangers FC teammates, right-back James Tavernier.
Zungu who is unsurprisingly well connected to South African legends of football, was able to make Tavernier's day by organising a phone call between Tavernier and his soccer hero, Lucas Radebe.
Social media users and fans of both Zungu and his current team, the Scottish side, Rangers FC were left truly touched by Zungu's act of kindness. Many of them headed to the comment section to share their thoughts about it.
Read a few of them below:
"You deserve it, captain, along with the rest of the players and management team. Legends now getting us this 55."
"You are now a legend! You and all the other boys"
"You deserve every ounce of happiness and pleasure this gives you skipper."
"Your a legend James, stuck with the club through bad times. True leader and winner!"
"MOT WATP LUCAS RADABEEEEEE LUCAS."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Bafana Bafana midfielder Bongani Zungu has celebrated Percy Tau being recalled to English Premier League (EPL) club Brighton & Hove Albion. Zungu shared two images of Tau to Twitter stating that he is happy for him.
He shared the post on Thursday after Tau received the No. 22 jersey from Brighton. Tau's official transfer has created happiness all around for SA soccer players and fans alike as many have shared congratulatory posts.
28-year-old Zungu currently plays for Scottish club Rangers F.C on loan from French club Amiens. Many of the two's fans headed to the comment section to share their thoughts with them.
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