Jane agreed, saying this would be the right moment for giant brands to join hands with Banyana to financially support them.
“Fifi”, as Jane is nicknamed, chalked up their success to selflessness and camaraderie, saying this was the best Banyana group she had ever seen.
“I think now we’ve shown with our results. We’ve been on the rise,” Jane said after the game.
“After today [Saturday], I don’t think there’s any better moment for the SA corporate world to come on board.
“This [their Wafcon success] should be the game-changer in SA women’s football.
“We always fought for one another. This is the best Banyana group I have ever seen as someone who’s been in the team for a long time.
“Not even once did we try to put individual accolades before the team.
“We never tried to take the shine away from one another.
“We were a team, more than anything.”