TAPUWA Kapini has given credit to hard work after his impressive clean sheet record for Sekhukhune United in South Africa’s second tier league.
Kapini has been a key figure in Sekhukhune’s chase for a Premiership ticket and their victory over Polokwane City moved them into second place on the table with 47 points from 29 games.
“It’s amazing, I think it’s all because of hard work, as the goalkeeping department we’ve been working so hard on and the whole team.
“I think all the clean sheets belong to the team and I’m happy that I have managed to keep 10 clean sheets. So we are happy with what we have been doing well.
“I have been doing this since I was seven, so I don’t think I’m getting better with age, it’s only that the talent is there.
“It’s God given and I’ve been doing this since I was young and I’m still going to do it.
“So it’s all up to me that’s why I look after myself very well, my body. And the support I get from my family and friends keeps me going, not the age, I can be 50 years and still do it,” he said.