Onyango heaps praise on teammates following CAF nomination

Denis Onyango the 34-year-old shot-stopper who has become a feature in Coach Pitso Mosimane’s side has added to his ever-growing list of accolades.

Onyango – who was nominated for African Player of the Year as well as African Interclubs Player of the Year – was sure to thank his teammates and coaches for helping him receive this nomination:

“I want to thank all the supporters and of course the club and the PSL for helping me to be nominated for African Player of the Year. Myself, Mshishi and the coach being nominated really means a lot to us and the club so thank you very much.”

“Most important are the teammates who have been able to help me get this nomination because without my team I can’t do anything.”

Onyango and former Brazilian Percy Tau were both nominated for African Player of the Year and will go head-to-head with the likes of global stars Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane for the award.

Alongside Onyango’s nominations, teammate Themba Zwane – who was top scorer in last year’s competition with 5 goals- was also nominated for African Interclubs Player of the Year while Head Coach Pitso Mosimane was nominated for Men’s Coach of the Year.

Coach Pitso was delighted with the nominations of the players and said he was humbled by his nomination:

“I want to congratulate Denis Onyango, Themba Zwane and Percy Tau who is still our boy, for being nominated, they’ve done well. Themba Zwane was top goal scorer, he had a fantastic year. I am humble and I appreciate being acknowledged.”

 

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