Matthews On Williams Transfer

Author: iDiski Times
 | Date: July 21, 2022

SuperSport United chairman Stan Matthews has spoken for the first time about Ronwen Williams’ transfer to Mamelodi Sundowns.

Williams, 30, has completed his transfer from Matsatsantsa to Masandawana, with SuperSport announcing the deal on Thursday after Gavin Hunt had told iDiski Times he was not in camp with the club on Wednesday.

The Bafana Bafana captain has become the latest player to make the switch between both clubs, following the likes of Sipho Mbule, Teboho Mokoena, Grant Kekana and Aubrey Modiba.

Matthews said he is proud of what Williams achieved at the club and wished him all the best on his new endeavour.

“Ronwen is a beloved son and legend of the club who has entrenched his place in the history books as the longest serving and most capped player in the club’s history,” Matthews said via a club statement.



“It’s rare to find loyalty in football anymore which makes our 18 years with Ronwen truly remarkable. 

“We are very proud that we could produce a player from the tender age of 12 and enable him to reach his childhood dreams by playing for and captaining his club and country. 

“Ronwen leaves us with trophies in the cabinet and very special memories and we wish him every success in life and for his future career at Mamelodi Sundowns.” 



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