Orlando Pirates’ Deon Hotto Spends His Free Time Farming, Fans Believe It’s a Better Career Choice for Him
- Orlando Pirates midfielder Deon Hotto admitted that he enjoys farming in his homeland of Namibia in his free time
- Hotto owns a farm in Namibia where he has 54 head of cattle and family looking after it while he's in South Africa
- Fans took to social media to poke fun at the midfielder saying that he should stick to farming instead of football
From football fields to farming, Orlando Pirates midfielder Deon Hotto recently opened up about his other passions when he's not playing.
Speaking to KickOff Hotto admitted that he owns a farm back in his homeland of Namibia where he has approximately 54 head of cattle. While he's competing in the Premier Soccer League, family members tend to the farm he said.
Deon Hotto will also be a part of the first DStv Compact Cup which will take place this weekend, The South African confirmed. Hotto will play for Warriors FC coached by Dylan Kerr.
News that Hotto loves farming in his spare time has social media in stitches as many felt that it was a better career choice for the midfielder.
"He should have focus on farming, the guy miss many clear chances, we have Peprahndowski he will take care of everything and it's gonna be interesting now that Vincent Di Maria Pule will be back and provide those assists"
Carry Victory Hlungwane:
"He is busy hunting while others are busy practicing no wonder he missed a sitter"
Masithembele Frank Tanga:
"He must just leave football alone..and focus on what he good at"
OuSereo Rondo WaKokomeng:
"Namibia is full of Khoisans who like hunting, who knows maybe Hotto is a Khoi, no hard feelings my guy"
Mamelodi Sundowns dominate Premier Soccer League awards, win coach of the month and player of the month awards
In other PSL news, while Kaizer Chiefs fans are celebrating their player winning the goal of the month for December, Mamelodi Sundowns fans have double the reason to celebrate, Sports Brief earlier reported.
Andile Jali won player of the month for December while co-coaches Manqoba Mngqithi and Rulani Mokwena won the coach of the month award for December. The Premier Soccer League took to their Twitter account to congratulate Andile Jali, Manqoba Mngqithi and Rulani Mokwena on winning the coveted awards.
This was the third month in a row that co-coaches Mngqithi and Mokwena won the coach of the month award. Sundowns secured four wins, two draws and one defeat during the month of December, Times LIVE confirmed.
Source: Sports Brief News