“It felt unreal when I made my debut for the club. What made it even more special was the fact that it was a Tshwane derby against one of the most respected clubs in the country. Even though the result did not go our way, it was not a true reflection of the game. I thank Nedbank for making this dream a reality,” said Chikohwa.
Chikohwa, who was the captain of the 2015 Ke Yona team, had a month long trial with the Pretoria outfit last year before signing a three year contract deal with the club.
Tuks next fixture is against Bidvest Wits at Bidvest Stadium on Friday.
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