Brian Baloyi Finally Explains What Was in His Toiletry Bag to Robert Marawa

Brian Baloyi Finally Explains What Was in His Toiletry Bag to Robert Marawa

Keba Mothoagae
updated at April 12, 2023 at 8:27 PM
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  • Brian Baloyi is one of the greatest goalkeepers South Africa has produced
  • He thrilled crowds with his athleticism for the Chiefs and the Sundowns
  • Baloyi was also renowned for always having a toiletry bag inside the net

Every South African football fan who watched him play at some point asked what was inside Brian Baloyi's toiletry bag.

In the colours of Kaizer Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns and Bafana Bafana, 'Spider-Man' was renowned for always putting the toiletry bag inside the net he was minding.

This led to many theories about what was inside it, with some believing it was muthi.

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Brian Baloyi has finally revealed what was inside his bag. Image source: Brian Baloyi (official Facebook page).
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Speaking to Robert Marawa on 947, Baloyi answered the burning question by saying:

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"The bag and the towel... I have already answered it a long time ago. It's something that I saw Gary Bailey and the ones before him, like Peter Schmeichel [do]."

Baloyi explained that in the United Kingdom, goalkeepers used to carry a towel with them in a bag, which he emulated.

"Remember, sometimes if it's raining, you have to clean your gloves. In the bag, you carry an extra pair of gloves because anything can happen. You change the gloves if you don't need these ones. Then you carry a lot of water."

It remains to be seen if his answer will satisfy curious fans.

Baloyi calls for PSL FFP

Sports Brief also reported on ex-goalkeeper, Baloyi's simple but drastic to make the Premier Soccer League competitive again.

Mamelodi Sundowns has won five DStv Premiership titles on the bounce and it looks like this will be the status quo until further notice.

Baloyi believes the financial fair play model must be considered in South Africa to make the playing field a little fairer to the other teams.

Hollywoodbets teams up with Modise

Sports Brief also reported on ex-Bafana Bafana captain, Teko Modise joining sports betting operator, Hollywoodbets, as a brand ambassador.

'The General' has been involved in South African and international football for over 20 years and is considered one of the country’s greatest ever.

Modise now joins fellow South African soccer legends, Jerry Sikhosana and Brian Baloyi as representatives of Hollywoodbets as a brand.

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