- Mamelodi Sundowns Assistant coach Rulani Mokwena has shared some advice with his followers on Twitter
- Taking to the app with a picture of himself grafting, coach Rulani advised that people never stop working
- The Twitter post soon received over a thousand likes and many comments from soccer fans
Mamelodi Sundowns' assistant coach Rulani Mokwena impressed local soccer fans recently after heading to Twitter to share an inspirational post with his loyal followers as well as the rest of the world.
Along with a picture of himself seemingly very busy in front of two laptops and a cellphone, the young assistant coach advised everyone that they should never stop working so that they could continue learning.
"Never stop working because you can never stop learning," wrote Coach Rulani on his popular Twitter page.
Soccer fans quickly headed to the comment section. While many commended the coach, a few soccer fans thought that he was being a little bit pretentious. Read a few of their interesting comments below.
"Coach please! Video analysis is overrated! No wonder you're fighting for the league."
"Football is in your DNA, you can’t separate yourself from it even if you wanted to."
"You are allowed to have a rest."
"Each new day we learn new things, much appreciated coach."
"In you we believe."
"Hard work pays my coach."
In other sports news, Briefly.co.za reported that Coach Gavin Hunt of Kaizer Chiefs has expressed his confusion by a goal that was disallowed during a Kaizer Chiefs and Swallows FC. The match took place on Tuesday evening this week at the Dobsonville Stadium.
Chiefs subsequently lost to the Swallows having had a final score of 1-0. A disappointed Hunt however feels like the decision to disallow a goal made by Daniel Cardoso may have been an unfair one.
The goal was disallowed after it was assessed that Cardoso had fouled Swallows goalkeeper, Virgil Vries while scoring the goal which if it stood, could have resulted in a much happier ending for Amakhosi who have now extended their losing streak to 5 matches.
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