Letsholonyane: I am not feeling hard done by the PSL awards

Goal spoke with the AmaKhosi midfielder Reneilwe Letsholonyane who shared his views on winning the PSL title and not being nominated for this season’s PSL awards

Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Reneilwe “Yeye” Letsholonyane has told Goal that he is delighted after helping the team to their first PSL title after eight years.

Yeye paid tribute to the entire team for their achievement this season and he believes that winning the league is every professional player’s dream.

“It feels great to be a champion. I think the whole team worked towards the same goal and we achieved as a team. I am a very delighted man today,” Letsholonyane told Goal.

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“We had a mission at the beginning of the year. All the players worked towards that mission and that was nothing, but to win the league and we did just that,” he said.

The Bafana midfielder played a huge role in helping the Glamour Boys reclaim the league title that they won back on 2005, but he was not nominated for any of this season’s PSL awards.

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However, Letsholonyane said that he is not feeling hard done for not getting a single nomination in this year’s awards and he added that he will continue to work hard to improve his game.

“I am not feeling hard done by that. I think all the names that appear there deserve to be there. I just have to work hard and improve my game, but I truly believe that those players are there on merit,” he added.

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