At GSV, we take the self allotted duty of enlightening our readers on all matters sports related very seriously, especially when it comes to informing the fraternity as a whole about the stars of the future that are on the rise as well as those that are already making a splash in the fraternity at a tender young age; we are proud to present to you the GSV Hot List, the most authoritative young African talent index in the entire football realm. The GSV Hot List is our selection of the best u/23 footballers in their positions, ranking the lads against their competitors and giving you some information on the player; we aim to ensure that you remain entertained, informed and enlightened while growing your knowledge base. This is the Mzansi football edition of the GSV Hot List, we will provide you with the quintessential player index of all the premier youth Mzansi football talent in the fraternity; the GSV Hot List is your one stop shop to all your Mzansi stars of the future.
DoB: September 22nd, 1994 (20)
PoB: Elsie’s River, Cape Town; Western Cape
Caps & Goals: N/A
Height: 1, 85m
Preferred Foot: Right
Club: Ajax Cape Town F.C.
Club Jersey No: #1
Career Club Appearances & Goals: 9 Games, 12 Goals Conceded, 1 Clean Sheet
Development Academy: Ajax Cape Town
Market Value: R 1 300 000
GSV Potential Indicator: Hans Vonk (5/5)
The Talent Scout Report:
For some young footballers, a career threatening dislocated left knee with torn ligaments would be a story of an unfortunate of wasted potential yet Beeza is the type of lad that will see his injury sabbatical as a success story and a living testament to the potential the lad has in his locker. An agile and domineering shot-stopper with the positional sense of a veteran and the bravado that typifies the best net minders, Brandon was the standout South African goalkeeper at youth level and fulfilling his potential would see him ranked amongst the premier African keepers in his generation, which will be some accomplishment for the lad, his club and our football fraternity as a whole.
Many Ajax fans will feel as if they have not enjoyed the same success at developing goal minders as they have in a myriad of outfield positions, Beeza and Jody February are proof that the Urban Warriors do have a working formula in the goalkeeping department at youth level and they will soon be reaping the fruits of their labour when Beeza reclaims his rightful place between the sticks in that no: 1 jersey. Competition is something the lad has already learned to face and that experience will be great for him going forward as there are a number of promising young keepers on the rise in our country and Beeza will be adamant to prove that he is the best amongst the lot.