“Moving from Ajax Cape Town to Bidvest Wits, Gavin has definitely brought something out in me that I didn’t know I had. Gavin is a coach with character and he brings something out of all the players. He awakened the beast in me,” said Hlatswayo.
It is an honour both for Tyson and the club to have him take home the honours this month, which can only motivate them for the game against Golden Arrows and for the remaining league matches.
In looking at the way that the PSL has evolved from a three title race, with either Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates or Mamelodi Sundowns taking top honours, there are no guarantees but the Braamfontein Outfit seems confident and match ready for the upcoming games.
“We will take each game as it comes. We learned a lot in our last few matches, and we need each and every player. Everyone needs to be behind one another and we need to come to the pitch as a united front,” concluded Hlatswayo.
The Clever Boys have been consistent in their performance in the league and all eyes are on them as the season draws to a close.