I couldn't believe it when the PSL CEO announced Teko Modise as PSL Player of the Season, awarding him R250000.
If it is true that PSL coaches were involved in the judging, it shows that they are useless.
How do you justify giving a player the most prestigious PSL award when his team failed to go beyond the first round of every PSL competition?
Pirates lost 12 PSL games, drew six, won 12, scored 38 goals and conceded 30, which is bad.
They have more than 40 quality players but failed - and Modise was part of the failing team.
He lacked discipline and was inconsistent the whole season.
As far as I am concerned Enock Eyong was better than Modise, but the most consistent player in the league was Itumeleng Khune.
Khune conceded less than 20 goals the whole season and he made it happen at Chiefs.
I was not amazed when PSL players chose Khune as Player of the Year. Our league cannot be compared with the English league as Irvin Khoza tried to convince us on Sunday night. We still lack professionalism in our game.
In the English Premier League the players' player of the season is the league player of the year. They don't have a situation where you have three different player of the year awards like in the PSL.
Khune deserved both awards considering that it was his first season in top-flight soccer.
Lufuno Mulaudzi, Arcardia