Percy Tau is a South African footballer that plays as a forward for plays for Club Brugge and the South African national team. He was born on 14th May 1994 in Witbank, South Africa.
Tau made his first appearance for the South African National team on 17 October 2015 during a 0– 2 loss to Angola in a 2016 African Nations Championship capability coordinate.
Through this post, you will learn interesting things about Percy Tau and his football career.
He was born on the 14th of May 1994 in Witbank, South Africa. As of 2019, he is 25 years old.
Percy Tau has an older brother Dumisani who is also a footballer and plays wing or centre-forward for NFD side Royal Eagles. His other brother Mogau Tshehla, passed away in a car accident in Kwaggafontein, Mpumalanga in February 2018.
Salary & Net Worth
Tau’s wage in England became a trending topic all over social media ever since his move to the Seagulls, with various reports suggesting that he could be earning about £30 000 (R530 000) a week at his new club.
His overall rating in FIFA 18 is 74 with a potential of 79. Tau has got a 3-star skill moves rating. He prefers to shoot with his right foot. His work rates are High / Medium. Tau’s height is 168 cm and his weight is estimated at 65 kg according to our database.
Currently, Percy Tau is playing with numbers 19 and 99. His best stats are: Balance: 88, Ball Control: 83, Acceleration: 83, Finishing: 82, Att. Position: 81.
- Ball Control
- Slide Tackle
- Stand Tackle
- Att. Position
- Short Pass
- Long Pass
- Sprint Speed
- Shot Power
- Long Shots
- FK Acc.
- GK Positioning
- GK Diving
- GK Handling
- GK Kicking
- GK Reflexes
Percy Tau News
Tau To Wait For EPL, Set For Another Loan
Adopted from Soccerladuma.co.za
According to reports in England, Bafana Bafana’s Percy Tau will once again be loaned out by Brighton & Hove Albion due to ‘work permit obstacles’ for the 2019/20 season.
Tau joined Brighton last year from Mamelodi Sundowns, however, work permit rules in England meant that it was always going to be difficult for him to get permission to play in the league, largely because of Bafana’s ranking, his transfer fee and his wage.
The main stumbling block for the 25-year-old is the fact that South Africa isn’t among the top 50 in the world at present, and the fact that the rules state that candidates must be with a nation that has been top 50 on average over the last two years means that that is unlikely to change anytime soon.
Tau, who is currently with Stuart Baxter’s squad in Egypt after they touched down in Cairo this morning, is set to be playing elsewhere in the new campaign according to the Seagulls’ local publication, though at this point it remains to be seen where.
The Argus said in a recent article, “Albion’s South African star will be loaned out again this season due to work permit obstacles. Tau spent last season on loan to Union Saint-Gilloise, the Belgian second-tier club of Albion owner-chairman Tony Bloom.”