- Kaizers Chiefs player Keagan Dolly has won the coveted Goal of the Month award for the month of April
- Cape Town City manager Eric Tinkler won the Coach of the Month award for April as his side were undefeated during the month
- Mamelodi Sundowns striker Peter Shalulile's back-to-back hattricks won him the Player of the Month award
Kaizer Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns and Cape Town City all have reason to celebrate after the winners of the monthly awards were announced.
The Premier Soccer League announced the winners of the monthly awards earlier today.
Goal of the month
Kaizer Chiefs star Keagan Dolly took home the coveted award but the decision isn’t much of a surprise. This is the second Goal of the Month award for Dolly this season. Dolly won for his beautiful freekick against Chippa United.
Coach of the Month
Cape Town City’s Eric Tinkler took home the title for April. During the month, Cape Town City played five games and Eric Tinkler’s side remained unbeaten during those games, The South African reported.
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Player of the Month
Peter Shalulile also won big as he took home the Player of the Month for April award. During the month Shalulile scored back-to-back hattricks for Mamelodi Sundowns to earn himself the award.
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The coveted monthly awards in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) have been announced and there are no surprises on who took the goal of the month award home, Sports Brief earlier reported.
The win didn’t come as a surprise to many football lovers, as Kaizer Chiefs fans often joke about how they would vote for any Chiefs player nominated, no matter how simple the goal was. The PSL announced the winner on their Twitter account, with a video of the strike.
Source: Sports Brief News