Meet Andile Mpisane, the chairman, senior team player, and DDC team self appointed captain.
Tomorrow, Mpisane can wake up and decide to do a Jomo Sono and coach his own team, and no one can stop him.
The multi-talented youngster was recently on the news after being substituted in his DDC team’s 1-1 draw against Amazulu.
His substitution, on its own, has made history. No player in South African football has ever made the news or trended so much on social media, just for being substituted.
This shows how big a player Andile Mpisane is, he surpasses the G.O.A.T status enjoyed by the likes of Christiano Ronaldo, and Lionel Messi.
The nerve of that DDC coach, to substitute the great Mpisane! He should be fired, with immediate effect!
The great Mpisane was devastated by his substitution, in a game where his performance might have earned him a Bafana call up, or even a move to a bigger club like Mamelodi Sundowns or Kaizer Chiefs!
As he walked straight into the dressing room, Christiano Ronaldo style, the whole country felt his pain.
Later on, he was seen talking to the club’s head of youth development, Khabo Zondo.
“I am thinking of firing this damn coach,” our source heard him say.
“How dare he substitute me? Did he not see how I controlled the game? I have to remind him who is the boss here,” he concluded.
Apparently he is planning to taking over the coaching reigns himself, in that way, he will play whenever he feels like it, and no one will ever substitute him again. Boss moves!
Come to think of it, when a coach substitutes the great Mpisane, it’s like an employee, a lower level one at that, firing the CEO!
John Maduka, the club’s senior team coach knows what’s good for him. And his recent utterances in the media are a great example of a man who knows where his bread is buttered.
“Look, he’s still young, a talented player, and he’s got potential. We can’t run away from that. For us to be where we are, we started somewhere.” – John Maduka.
There you go! I rest my case! Hail the great Andile Mpisane.