Coach Ntseki upbeat as Bafana’s new squad unveiled

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Bafana Bafana cooach Molefi Ntseki during the new squad announcement at Safa House on Friday in Johannesburg.
Bafana Bafana cooach Molefi Ntseki during the new squad announcement at Safa House on Friday in Johannesburg.
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MOLEFI Ntseki is visibly elated at finally being able to replace cobwebs with football boots after Bafana Bafana’s year of inactivity — and the fresh-faced coach believes he has got the proportions right in his 25-man selection for friendlies against Namibia and Zambia next week.

Ntseki, looking extremely upbeat in an online press conference yesterday, named a squad that contains regulars who will provide “the spine of the team”, youngsters who can make a name for themselves at senior international level while preparing for the delayed Tokyo Olympics, and a number of other well-known men who are getting a chance to re-establish themselves at the highest level of the game.

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