Kurt Abra­hams

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The young South African star­let is set for the big­time as he con­tin­ues to im­press in Bel­gium

Benni Mc­Carthy was the as­sis­tant coach at Sint-Truiden when Abra­hams tri­alled and was even­tu­ally signed, with the now Cape Town City head coach pre­dict­ing a bright fu­ture for the young South African star­let. “Kurt is a class boy – a very good player, and very hum­ble,” Mc­Carthy says. “He has fan­tas­tic abil­ity and good qual­i­ties, and I’m very happy to see him get­ting his op­por­tu­nity and his chance. He is very strong and has a great men­tal­ity, is very pos­i­tive, and it doesn’t sur­prise me at all that he’s part of the first team now, even though he is on the bench most games, but he’s slowly get­ting his op­por­tu­nity now and then. But he’s gain­ing ex­pe­ri­ence and I’m very happy to see his ca­reer on the rise. “Hope­fully he con­tin­ues to grow and does well. He is still a young boy, and hope­fully we’ll see him capped at ju­nior na­tional team level soon.”

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