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"Masilela 1st, Matlaba & then Phungwayo" - David Nyathi on his fav SA left back.

David Nyathi was one of the finest and most friendliest players in the Bafana camp and he played international in Turkey. David spoke about his pride in having represented two of South Africa's biggest clubs in Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.

David Nyathi, courtesy of soccerladuma.co.za

David touched on the lack of fan fare at the stadium in the current league and how different that is to what he experienced. Speaking about culture, David Nyathi says the passion from fans is still there and South Africans are more united and supporting the different sports codes and not just football.

David believes that Kaizer Chiefs will win the league and that the experience from losing it at the death last season will help them win it.

Listen to the interview here with David Nyathi..

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