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Tau has announced himself in Egypt.

October 28, 2021

And I am over the moon. Percy Tau is a light in our world. A bright and shining star in the world of Mzansi, Egypt and Africa.

And we wish him well upon his radiant light

“He knows that I am 150% behind him” says Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach Rulani Mokwena, – ” and so say all of us”

Bafana Bafana forward Percy Tau has scored twice on his debut for Egyptian giants Al-Ahly, as they defeated Ismaily SC 4-0 in Wednesday’s – 27 October 2021– top flight opener.

The 27-year-old was named in Pitso Mosimane’s 21-man matchday squad for their opening showdown against their top tier rivals as they look to clinch their record-extending 43rd domestic league title.

Tau’s debut performance will come as a major boost for new Bafana Bafana head coach Hugo Broos, who has included the attacker in his South Africa squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Ghana and Zimbabwe.

Percy is wearing his scoring boots. Bafana Bafana needs you Tau!!

With all your heart give yourself to it. You’ve got the fire inside of you.

It is natural for coaches and players to want to be named in top leagues and clubs in Europe. These are big dreams. Yet, for me, I am elated with our exports, coach and player, Pitso and Tau who have both caught the eye of the Egyptian giants. They have a fire inside of them, which no one can tame.

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  1. Is he on the South African national poetry team? 😉

    • 😂 yea David
      We beginning to write poetry in soccer, one line at a time.

      • wait (serious question) in South Africa you call it soccer?

      • Yes, this is how we have named the beautiful game. And its second name is football ⚽️

      • I thought it was only known as soccer in the USA – here in Israel, I’ve had to get used to calling it ‘football’ – and I thought that’s how the rest of the world referred to it…

      • Yes, I guess the USA latched onto soccer because they also play another kind of football.
        I don’t know how many other countries speak about soccer but I think most english soeaking countries do.

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