Gavin Hunt says Vincent Pule must learn from Daine Klate
Posted: 8 October 2014 Time: 13:51
Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt has advised 22-year-old midfielder Vincent Pule to watch and learn from Orlando Pirates campaigner Daine Klate.
Pule joined Wits at the beginning of the season from First Division side African Warriors and, since his arrival, has already scored two goals in four starts at his new club.
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Hunt spoke of the well-taken team goal, which Pule finished off, in the Telkom Knockout Last 16 fixture against Moroka Swallows on Friday night, and praised the left-winger for his display in the match.
“I’ve been in the PSL for over 30 years, and that was the best goal I’ve seen, unbelievable goal,” said Hunt.
“Not the goal itself, but the build-up and where we got out from; over twenty-odd passes, magnificent,” he added.
Pule put in a convincing performance against the Birds, and Hunt says the speedy winger could learn a thing or two from Klate.
“I’ve said to him, you know … there’s only one player he’s gotta watch – watch Daine Klate,” said the former SuperSport United coach.
Hunt coached Klate during his time at SuperSport, and the five-time Absa Premiership-winning midfielder was part of his team that won three consecutive League titles from 2007/08 to 2009/10.
“Watch Daine Klate play, like I had Daine Klate for six years. If he [Pule] can become like that, then he’ll be fantastic because he can score and he’s got a good left foot,” adds Hunt.