“I am honestly very happy with the way I have performed this season. This is indeed one of my best seasons with AmaZulu, and I am happy to have positive value,” he said.
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Coming back from injury this year, and having had to fight for his spot, Kapini said hard work and commitment helped him.
“It was not easy at all, but I told myself that I have to work hard so that the team can be in a better position,” he said.
The goalkeeper also added that his teammates played a crucial role in holding each other up and communicating when the chips were down.
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“All in all, I think it was a team effort. We played according to our motto which says ‘if we don’t score, the other team must not score as well,’ and I think that is what helped us,” he said.
With two games remaining for this season, he said he would be delighted to keep a clean sheet in both the games, starting with Wits on Saturday.