SuperSport United goalkeeper Ronwen Williams spoke exclusively to Goal.com about the experience he has been gaining in AfricaThe United goalkeeper told Goal.com that he is learning a lot and he is grateful for the chances and experience he is gaining in the Caf Confederations Cup.
“It is not easy at all, but everything has been good so far. I am taking every game as it comes and I must say that I have grown in terms of my game and as far as confidence is concerned,” said Williams.
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The young goalkeeper said he would like to lift a trophy with the club, either the Nedbank Cup or the Caf Confed.
“It would really be great to finish with at least one silverware. Things have not been easy at the club. One had to balance the cups, Premiership matches and the African games. We have what it takes to win one of them and it will be up to us as the players,” he said.
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Although the club has been doing a lot of traveling, Williams performances has been consistent. Despite not being tasted much when they visited Golden Arrows in KwaZulu-Natal on Sunday, he kept the basics right.
“Fatigue does get to us but we are just working hard to finish strong,” he said.
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