By [email protected] (Mahlatse Mphahlele)
“We take him and push him like any other player in the squad — we don’t regard him as the chair of the club when we do the work on the field. But to be honest, he is pushing himself hard.
“He is even doing extra work after training, you can see he wants to play and we are happy with the progress he has made so far.”
Nteo added Mpisane has the potential to improve and become a player of Premier Soccer League (PSL) standard with time and coaching.
“We have players that you can say with coaching and more training will improve. There are signs — we see that he will improve with more coaching because there is something he has in terms of playing.
“Give him time, he will come right. He’s got some good passes and he’ll work on his weight. You know wat happens when you gain a little bit of weight but he is doing well and we are happy with his progress.”