“From a tender age I have always watched the FIFA World Cup and remember the high quality of football played, controversies, and fun celebrations that accompany the sporting event. In the 2010 edition of the World Cup, Bafana striker Siphiwe Tshabalala’s stunning goal against Mexico united the nation instantly and Frank Lampard's ‘ghost goal’ against Germany are some great examples of how the competition can deliver a variety of emotions,” said Williams.
“I feel good so far because I am acclimatizing very well with the team’s philosophy and ethos. Thankfully, I know a couple of the players here from my previous club as well as the National Team. Playing for Mamelodi Sundowns is a great achievement because this is a club with a rich history of winning titles. I want to be part of The Brazilians for many years to come and I hope to end my career here because Sundowns always takes care of its players. I hope we can add more stars to the jersey and conquer the continent,” the goalkeeper stated.