Namibian international Deon Hotto has been playing in the PSL for 10 years. He has shown remarkable progress, starting at Golden Arrows and ending up with Soweto giants Orlando Pirates, with stints at former topflight clubs Bloemfontein Celtic and Bidvest Wits along the way. Throughout his career, the 33-year-old has proven to be a reliable player, often taking up different positions to support his clubs’ success. This season, he has only missed one match in all competitions, demonstrating the importance of self-care for footballers aiming to prolong their careers.

At the start of the season, the team faced challenges despite playing good football. Scoring goals was a struggle, and this affected their performance. However, the situation has since improved. The team’s form has transformed, and they are now more clinical in front of goal.

What initially seemed like a brand-new team struggling with their game has now evolved into a confident and successful unit. This change reflects the team’s hard work and dedication in training, with their efforts now translating into positive results on the field.

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