After playing two years in the ABC Motsepe KwaZulu Natal League for GWP Friends, central defender Seshyn Reddy wants a new challenge.
Firstly, the 26-year-old has commended his coach Dominic Isaacs for pushing him and the team, throughout the season even though they didn’t get promotion.
Reddy told FARPost that he wants to play professional football, and with his experience he reckons he is ready for a new challenge.
“Two and half seasons here in the Motsepe League, I’m ready to push on. I have a coach who has been hard on us to improve our game and he has really helped me,” he said.
“Coach Dominic knows our strengths and he pushed us this season to reach our best and I’m happy that he has been working very well with the team.
“I believe I can make it in the next level with the experience that I’ve gained in this league, my goal is to make it to national football.”
The Newlands-born footballer praised the fighting spirit in the team that kept him on his toes and competition among players for places in the first 11.
“Coach Dominic introduced us to his philosophy which I believe we have managed to understand and execute in most of our games.
“The team has a wonderful fighting spirit, as much as we fight for positions, we don’t forget that we are fighting for each other, not against each and our goal to get better.
“He is a tough and good coach all the way from Cape Town and I’ve enjoyed playing under him, he is very passionate about football and leaves no stone unturned.
“He really pushed us this season, though we could not get to the playoffs but he has been with us and the whole technical team has helped us to improve.”
“We have learnt a lot from this past season and hopefully we’ll do better next season and make the chairman and the entire management happy,” concluded Reddy.
By Wonga Sirayi
FARPost’s KZN Reporter