Dikgacoi reveals biggest achievement

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Former Fulham and Crystal Palace central midfielder Kagiso Dikgacoi has revealed his biggest achievement in his football career.

Dikgacoi, who was a member of the Bafana Bafana squad for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, had a more successful football career than most players despite not winning any major trophies.

A few medals on his mantle are the Cosafa Cup and winning promotion to the English Premier League with Palace.

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"Unfortunately there are no other major trophies that I have won except the Cosafa Cup with Bafana," Dikgacoi tells KickOff.com.

"But ya I think the major one would be the M-Power Championship when we beat Watford at Wembley to get promotion with Crystal Palace.

"My biggest achievement is signing with a Premier League team, which is everyone's dream to be playing in the EPL. So ya for me that's the biggest achievement that I will cherish for the rest of my life.

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"That's not easy you know playing in South Africa then going straight to the English Premier League. So ya, like I said it's the achievement I will cherish for the rest of my life."

'KG' retired from football in 2018, aged 33.

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