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Five PSL-based players Ntseki overlooked in Bafana Bafana's latest squad

21:19 GMT+3 29/10/2019
Thamsanqa Gabuza, SuperSport United, August 2019
Goal takes a look at five PSL-based players, who missed out on the South African squad ahead of the 2021 Afcon qualifiers

  • Thela Ngobeni, Highlands Park, October 2019

    Thela Ngobeni

    The experienced goalkeeper has been in top form for Highlands Park this season.

    Ngobeni has kept three clean sheets in his last four PSL matches and also played a key role in helping his club reach the 2019 MTN8 final - conceding once in four games.
  • Kaizer Chiefs, Daniel Cardoso

    Daniel Cardoso

    The versatile defender has caught the eye as a key member of Kaizer Chiefs' solid defence.

    Cardoso, who has scored two goals this season, and has been consistent at the heart of Chiefs defence which has kept four successive clean sheets in the league.

  • Reeve Frosler - Kaizer Chiefs

    Reeve Frosler

    The young full-back is another defender, who has impressed at Kaizer Chiefs.

    Frosler has been very effective both defensively and offensively in the right-back position making him one of the top full-backs in the country at the moment.

  • Cape Town City, Thabo Nodada, September 2018

    Thabo Nodada

    The midfield maestro has been very influential for Cape Town City this season.

    Nodada, who has netted three goals from midfield, is slowly establishing himself as one of the best central midfielders in the country and Benni McCarthy has called for his inclusion in the Bafana squad.

  • Thamsanqa Gabuza of SuperSport United v Orlando Pirates August 2019

    Thamsanqa Gabuza

    The experienced marksman has managed to resurrect his career at SuperSport United.

    Gabuza's work-rate and scoring form has been impressive this season having netted five goals across all competitions and played an important role in helping SuperSport clinch the recent MTN8 trophy as the tournament's top goalscorer.