winger filling the gap
Sameehg Doutie has been inspirational for Ajax Cape Town.
While many thought the Urban Warriors would struggle after the talented but wayward Mkhanyiseli Siwahla left the team, the Mitchells Plain-born winger has done well to make the right midfield position his own.
Sowetan spoke to him.
Q: How old were you when you started playing professional football?
A: Since the age of five.
Q: Who did you grow up supporting?
A: I used to support Kaizer Chiefs. Everyone at home supported Chiefs and naturally I also supported them.
Q: Who was your childhood role model?
A: My uncle Ibrahim Daniels. He is very down to earth, humble and very religious. He is also a hard worker and I admire that.
Q: Which car do you drive?
A: A Honda Civic V-Tech
Q: If money were no issue, which car would you be driving?
A: A Lamborghini Diablo.
Q: If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?
A: South Africa, Cape Town in particular. There's no place like home!
Q: If you could choose between Tebogo Moloi and Doctor Khumalo, who would you choose?
A: Doctor Khumalo. He was a magician.
Q: If you could invite five famous people over for dinner, who would they be?
A: , Nelson Mandela, Jessica Alba, David Beckham and Jay-Z
Q: If you could bring one famous person back from the dead, who would it be?
A: There is no one in particular.
Q: Who is the last person you spoke to on the phone?
A: My friend Wesley Neithling.
Q: Who is your all-time favourite musician?
A: Jay-Z. He is the most successful rapper ever and the richest.
Q: What is your favourite song?
A: I don't have a particular favourite. There are way too many to mention.
Q: Who is your favourite actor?
A: Brad Pitt.
Q: What is your favourite movie?
A: Blood in, Blood out.
Q: Have you got a celebrity crush?
A: Yeah, Jessica Alba
Q: What do you do in your spare time?
A: It depends in the mood I'm in. I normally just relax and play Play-Station, listen to music or go to the mall.
Q: Do you remember when you had your first kiss?
A: (Laughing) I was still in school, but I'm not going to reveal her name.
Q: Any embarrassing moments on or off the field?
A: I was playing for a local club called Scotche Kloof and I came one-on-one with their keeper. I did well to place the ball past him, but because it was raining the ball got stuck in a water puddle, but I started celebrating, not aware that it was not in until the fans pointed out that it was not in. That was embarrassing.
Q: Has a defender said anything negative to you to try to put you off the game?
A: Not really. Warren Bishop talks a lot, but I just ignore him.