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Title:Aubrey Modiba????SuperSport Superstar????Best Goals & Assits 2018 HD
Aubrey "Postman" Modiba (born July 22, 1995 in Polokwane, Limpopo) is a South African football player who plays as a left-winger and left-back for Cape Town City in the Premier Soccer League. He has played for the South Africa national under-20 football team and currently represents the South Africa national team. He is a former Mpumalanga Black Aces player, where he played his first two Premier Soccer League seasons.
SuperSport United attacker Aubrey Modiba has revealed that they are to blame for Eric Tinkler’s recent resignation.
Matsatsantsa have experienced a severe slump this season as a top eight finish in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) looks to be in jeopardy. This precarious situation has already led to SuperSport’s now former coach Tinkler parting ways with the club despite having steered SuperSport to an MTN 8 triumph as well as a Caf Confederation Cup final only a few months ago.
It is widely believed that losing the dressing room could have been one of the root causes for Tinkler’s decision to leave, and Modiba’s utterances suggest that might have been the case.
We also feel responsible because sometimes we’d do the opposite of what he wants because of the situation of the game,” Modiba told Phakaaathi.We take the full responsibility, but we tried hard, we fought and we tried twin games,” he explained.
Meanwhile, assistant coach Kaitano Tembo is back in the SuperSport hot seat until the end of the season, and the 22-year-old explains that aside from the obvious coaching change, nothing else has changed in terms of the game plan.It has been good. He has been working with coach Stuart and Eric, so a lot hasn’t changed,” Tembo explained.

“We are still doing more or less the same things, rectifying our weaknesses which are finishing and defending because we have been conceding a lot of goals and not kept clean sheets,” Modiba concluded.

Nonetheless, while SuperSport and Modiba are determined to crack on in the league as they look to salvage something from the wreckage, they will first need to contend with a crunch Caf Confederation Cup qualifier on Friday evening. SuperSport welcome Angola’s Petro de Luanda to the Lucas Moripe Stadium as they look to progress in the competition following a goalless draw in the away leg.
Modiba began his professional football career at 19 years old representing Mpumalanga Black Aces in the 2014/15 PSL season. He managed only 1 appearance in his opening season, but grew to strength quickly earning himself 25 appearances in only his second season. In 2016, he was signed by Cape Town City after the relocation of Aces.
Modiba joined SuperSport from Cape Town City last season and is heading into his fourth knockout competition final with Matsatsantsa, when they take on TP Mazembe in the CAF Confederation Cup decider next month.

Modiba is the only player in the SuperSport side that has played in every single match in the Confederation Cup, gaining valuable experience on the continent.

"It feels great to be in another final. This is my fourth final since I joined SuperSport last season. This is why I joined the team. I hope we win so that we win more trophies for the club. It’s good to be part of history with the team and it’s also good for my CV," he tells KickOff.com.
Not everyone gets to score in Lubumbashi."SuperSport United midfielder Aubrey Modiba believes they have what it takes to finish in the top eight this season.It’s been a disastrous Absa Premiership campaign for Matsatsantsa, who are in 14th place with six matches to go in the season.

SuperSport have only won six out of the 24 matches they have played this season and they would need to collect maximum points their remaining games to ensure they finish in the top eight.

“Right now there’s six games remaining. What motivates us is that when you win one game you are close to the top eight. That is helping us to keep on pushing so that we can reach our goal of finishing in the top eight,” he says.
Aubrey Modiba has been enjoying a fine season so far with SuperSport United, and his performances seem to have captured the attention of supporters of UEFA Champions League side Besiktas. Did you see what they have been saying about him?

Modiba was on fire once again during the game between Matsatsantsa and Kaizer Chiefs on Saturday, despite the match ending in a deadlock. Although he has been largely flying under the radar while producing one stellar performance after the other, it seems the public are finally starting to acknowledge his talents, and not just in South Africa either.Supporters of Turkish side Besiktas appear to have been keeping a keen eye on Modiba, with many of them even tweeting about the star.

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