Even though he had a good record with Celtic, Komphela had a difficult experience in the Free State before jumping ship to KwaZulu-Natal.
Before that, he had a torrid time with Kaizer Chiefs as the fans were frustrated that he failed to win a trophy. That experience has strengthened the coach as he displays his deep, philosophical qualities on Twitter.
One follower points out that Komphela should receive his doctorate for his inspiration and pearls of wisdom. Watch the video and decide whether Komphela's positive outlook is inspiring for you too.
Always look for the positive side... pic.twitter.com/gA5ZWrDixG— Steve Komphela (@komphelasteve) March 7, 2019
In summary: we have to change our perspective. It may seem bad but it could actually be positive depending on how you look at it. The question is how do you choose to view that which is perceived as an issue because your perception can change an issue into an advantage https://t.co/ADwAhw6FAb— Steve Komphela (@komphelasteve) March 7, 2019
Spot on. I think it's time you enroll for your PhD it's not a high time you're referred to as Dr Steve. SA football needs you not as a Coach on the bench, but rather an influencer in the game Board room or even a Professor of the game to Coaches and Team owners. #Justathought— deelebatla76 (@deelebatla76) March 7, 2019