SuperSport United midfielder Teboho Mokoena has expressed his disappointment after the 2020 Olympics was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Matsatsantsa anchorman has been a crucial member of coach David Notoane’s U23 South African squad but stated health comes first.
With many football associations around the world having put major sporting events on hold, the nippy midfielder admits breaking into Notoane’s team will not be an easy challenge for all the players.
“I am disappointed, but health should always come first. It’s a major blow, not only for soccer but for all sporting codes, because the deadly virus is spreading and seemingly uncontrollable at the moment,” Mokoena told IOL.