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Nange Wins Goal Of The Month

Phathutshedzo Nange has won the DStv Premiership Goal of the Month award for December/January.

This was confirmed by the league on Wednesday.

Nange won the award for his goal against Black Leopards on January the 8th. The match ended 1-1.

The PSL’s statement read:

“Stellenbosch FC holding midfielder Phathutshedzo Nange is the DStv Premiership Goal of the Month award winner for December/January (05 December 2020 โ€“ 10 January 2021), receiving the most votes from football supporters.”

“Nange, playing against his former club Black Leopards, came off the bench and blasted a half- volley from outside the 18-yard area to equalize for his side in a game that ended 1-1. This was Nangeโ€™s second goal of the season.”

“The Limpopo-born Nange is the first Stellies player to win an award in the leagueโ€™s individual monthly awards. With the fans deciding that his was their best goal of the month, he beat off competition from similarly impressive goals from the Cape Town City duo of Thabo Nodada and Abbubaker Mobara as well as Joseph Mhlongo from Swallows FC, just to name a few.”

“Voting for the DStv Premiership Goal of the Month is still via the PSL website where football supporters and the public can vote for their favourite goal monthly – all goals are available on the website. Each of the goals selected during the monthly voting will go towards the list of goals that that will be voted the DStv Premiership Goal of the Season at the end of the season.”

“Football supporters that vote for their best goal on the PSL website stand a chance to win a jersey of their favourite DStv Premiership club, thanks to proud league sponsors, DStv.”

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