Mpisane & Pirates Loanee Draw Reactions For ‘Showboating'

Royal AM chairman and player Andile Mpisane.
Royal AM chairman and player Andile Mpisane.

SuperSport United boss Gavin Hunt and Bafana Bafana legend Teko Modise both shared their opinions on the Kasi flavour displayed in the DStv Premiership this weekend.

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What's the story? 

After the 2022/23 DStv Premiership season drew to a close, a couple of ballers decided to bow out of the campaign with some exhibition of skill. 

Royal AM's Andile Mpisane and Golden Arrows' Ntsako Makhubela each showcased their Kasi flavour style in their respective matches, with Gavin Hunt and Teko Modise sharing their contrasting reactions on social media.

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Kasi flavour reactions

The Kasi flavour debate among local football fans and figures is a never-ending one.

On one hand you get people who encourage it by saying it's a uniquely South African, while other rubbish it as mere showboating and something that unnecessarily slows down the momentum of the game. 

Gavin Hunt has shown his dislike for the 'showboating' and in February, he criticised the skills exhibited by two Orlando Pirates reserve team players in the Diski Challenge. Taking to Twitter to say he found the antics "horrifying". 

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On Twitter recently, Hunt Quote Tweeted with 'Flushed Face' emoji to a video of Arrows midfielder Makhubela expressing his Kasi flavour dribbles in Abafana Bes'thende's 0-0 draw to relegation survivors Chippa United. 

Hunt's reaction can be interpreted as him being embarrassed on the football he's witnessing or him being shocked - either way, his opinions on Kasi flavour most likely won't change anytime soon.

Teko Modise on the other hand, who was hailed for being a mercurial figure in midfield throughout his successful career, reacted somewhat positively to Andile Mpisane's flagrant no-look pass in Royal AM's 0-0 draw to Richards Bay. 

Dona reposted the video of Mpisane's pass and simply captioned it: "Enjoy the game" adding the 'Clinking Glasses' emoji. 

Watch Mpisane's touch of Kasi flavour: 

Scroll through the gallery to view snaps of Mpisane, Modise and Hunt: 

Royal AM chairman and player Andile Mpisane.
Royal AM chairman and player Andile Mpisane.
SuperSport Analyst and Bafana Bafana legend Teko M
SuperSport Analyst and Bafana Bafana legend Teko Modise.
SuperSport United head coach Gavin Hunt.
SuperSport United head coach Gavin Hunt.

Have your say on Mpisane and Makhubela's on-pitch antics over the weekend... 

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