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He’s a keeper: new Bafana skipper craves success for national team

Ronwen Williams is hoping to get his captaincy off to a winning start against Zimbabwe

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Ronwen Williams’s journey as Bafana Bafana captain begins on Friday, and the new skipper is determined to start his tenure on a winning note.

This week Bafana coach Hugo Broos named Williams as the new captain and Egypt-based Percy Tau as his deputy in a decision that will be put to the test when the national team face Zimbabwe in a tricky 2022 World Cup qualifier away from home on Friday, and against Ghana at FNB Stadium in Johannesburg on Monday next week.

The SuperSport United goalkeeper has captained Bafana on an interim basis on a number of occasions in the past, but as the new captain pointed out, it will be different this time as he is taking over the armband on a permanent basis...

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