Kamaal Sait: My Son Is Better Than Many In The PSL

9 March 2004 , Kamaal Sait during the PSL soccer game between Santos and Hellenic at Athlone Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa. Photo Credit : © Tertius PickardGallo Images

Ex Orlando Pirates and Santos defender Kamaal Sait trusts his child Junaid is superior to anything a considerable lot of the players as of now playing in the PSL.

Junaid Sait is as of now on the books of Ajax Cape Town, however has seen minimal diversion time since joining the Urban Warriors toward the beginning of the present battle from National First Division side Stellenbosch FC.

The midfielder has only made three appearances, all of which came under former coach Stanley Menzo. He does not seem to be in coach Muhsin Ertugral’s plans.

“I think he is better than many who currently plays in the PSL, although coach Muhsin seems not to think so you know, but I can also understand cause Muhsin’s objective for now is to avoid relegation,” Junaid’s father tells

“So he is definitely gonna play who he knows and wasn’t gonna put anyone on trial really. So from that perspective I can understand but I think he is better than many in the PSL that are currently playing regularly at their clubs.

“Aerially he is very good, he defends crosses well. I know in South Africa we have a major problem with defending anything from set pieces wide, to crosses wide, you know what I mean? And he is technically sound you know because he came through the Stars of Africa Academy coached by Farouk Khan, so there the technique is spot on, and he reads the game better than many.

“So ja although he is battling to get into the Ajax squad I’m pretty sure he’s gonna get an opportunity to play one day.

“I think he will hold down his position in the team or at any other team for that matter.”


Written by Mathew

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