The 2020 ABC Motsepe League national play-offs has seen some quality display from some of the up and coming players who are set to make a mark if given an opportunity to play at the highest level.
But there is also some players who have played in the top division before and are now part of the South African second tire.
#FARPost takes a look at some of the former PSL players who are currently playing at the national play-offs at the Vaal University of Technology.
Moses Spandeel (40)
Spandeel currently plays for Northern Cape side Hungry Lions. During his professional career Spandeel played for Bloemfontein Celtic.
Rudiger Gilbert (33)
Gilbert also plays for Hungry Lions. He played for clubs such as Free State Stars, Mpumalanga Black Aces, Milano United (now TTM) and Chippa United.
Keamogetse Wolff (32)
The former Under 20 international is currently in the books of Mangaung Unite. He played for clubs such as Bidvest Wits, Bloemfontein Celtic, AmaZulu, Chippa United, Ajax Cape Town and Jomo Cosmos.
Thabiso Nkoana (28)
The centre-forward is currently in the books of semi-finalists Pretoria Callies. He played for SuperSport United, Ajax Cape Town and Stellenbosch.
Rofhiwa Tshikovhi (32)
Tshikovhi is playing for Limpopo champions Mikhado. His professional career was with the likes of Platinum Stars, Polokwane City and FC Cape Town.
Sikhumbuzo Fortune Nkumane (30)
The goalkeeper currently plays for North West champions, Polokwane City Rovers. He was part of the Orlando Pirates double treble winning squad between 2010 and 2012 as a reserve goalkeeper.
Mbongeni Mzimela (35)
The goalkeeper is part of the Bizana Pondo Chiefs team. He played for AmaZulu, Chippa United and Platinum Stars.
Vuyisile Wana (33)
The striker currently plays for Mangaung Unite. During his playing career, he played for Bloemfontein Celtic, Moroka Swallows and Santos.
Tshepiso Lietsisa (26)
The left-back is in the books of Mangaung Unite. He played for Baroka and Witbank Spurs.
Olaleng Shaku (32)
Shaku is the current captain of Polokwane City Rovers. He was also captain of Baroka and had a short stint at Witbank Spurs.
By Ofhani Munyai
at Vaal University of Technology