Bidvest Wits coach he’s been asking for his players to die with their boots on in their last game, thus marketing the other players who don’t have contracts after the team was sold to Limpopo businessman and Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) owner Masala Mulaudzi with all its players but it is still unclear as to which players will relocate to the Limpopo province with TTM.
Zimbabwean international Terrence Dzvukamanja heard the coach’s call and challenged himself with a world class performance against Mamelodi Sundowns, he sold himself with two brilliant goals and we hope teams have notice, soon they will be knocking on the door for his service. Gavin was impressed with the Zimbabwean who has netted nine goals and provided one assist in 29 appearances in all competitions this season.
Dzvukamanja scored a brace and walked away with the Man of the Match award during Wits’s 3-2 defeat to Mamelodi Sundowns in the Nedbank semifinal at Orlando Stadium on Saturday night.
“In a completely different role [Dzvukamanja played well] because of we don’t have Gift Motupa. I played Terrance in an unfamiliar position and I thought he was outstanding. But that is the story that is going to happen in the next couple of weeks, we are gonna have to play people out of position,” added Hunt.