AmaTuks midfielder Ronald Ketjijere
Monday Sep 14, 2015. 11:12
AmaTuks midfielder Ronald Ketjijere has passed on some valuable advice for Namibia teammate Wangu Gome, who is now plying is trade in the South African Premier Soccer League.
Gome signed with title-chasing Bidvest Wits at the start of the month, having picked up the player of the tournament accolade following a successful 2015 COSAFA Cup for the Brave Warriors.
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The 22-year-old came off the bench in a 1-0 win for the Clever Boys over the University of Pretoria, with fellow Namibian Henrico Botes also involved.
"He is a very good player in midfield, that can keep the ball, but here [in the PSL] the pace is a bit different, you can see that he was trying to run and all that, but with the right guidance from the [Bidvest Wits] coach I am sure he will settle in well,"said Ketjijere.
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"Here in the PSL defenders are marking tight, you can't run with the ball, you have to release, run into space and get it again. I think he is playing under a very good coach in Gavin [Hunt] and he will also add value to the national team."