Komphela, Ndengane win PSL awards


The pair have been rewarded in recognition of Celtic's fine start to the campaign, which has yielded four victories and one draw.

Komphela took charge of the side in the off-season, having been pressured to resign at Kaizer Chiefs in April just before his three-year contract at Amakhosi was due to expire following a fan rampage at Moses Mabhida Stadium.

The former Maritzburg United tactician has bounced back with his new employers despite the club's financial troubles and uncertainty surrounding its prospective sale.

Meanwhile, the experienced Ndengane has been a key figure in Siwelele's miserly rearguard, helping the team register four clean sheets.

Phunya Sele Sele are joint-top of the Absa Premiership standings with 13 points, with Bidvest Wits narrowly ahead on goal difference having played an extra match.