Sekhukune United head coach Brandon Truter says he has urged Ghanaian international to go all out in the Nedbank Cup final against Orlando Pirates.
The 32-year-old Ghanaian defender has been in a rich vein of form in the last couple of weeks scoring against his two former clubs Pirates and Supersport United.
Sekhukune United will face the Sea Robbers again on Saturday, May 27 and Truter insists he has motivated Gyimah to go all out again.
“With what Edwin [Gyimah] has been through. We spoke about it and his belief in God as well; it carries him,” the tactician told the Press
“So whatever he went through, he used it in a positive way. He is a big part and key figure in our changing room. I depend on him a lot and he also relies on me and can lean on me any moment. So it’s all about the management and respect for everybody in the club.”
“With me just pushing him in the right direction and pushing the right buttons. He scored against Pirates… and he scored against SuperSport [last weekend] and those are his former clubs.
Gyimah, 32, played 25 games for Sekhukune this season scoring twice as they finished 7th on the PSL ABSA League table with 40 points from 30 games.