Kagisho Evidence Dikgacoi> is a South African football player who is at presently playing for South Africa and Fulham in the Premier League. Born in 1984 in Brandfort, his position is that of a defensive midfielder and also of a central midfielder. Dikgacoi began his soccer career at a local club called as Cardiff Spurs, prior to moving to Golden Arrows in the year 2005. He was little known holding midfielder from lower league side Bloemfontein Young Tigers. Whilst with Arrows, he developed as one of the best players and was awarded with the armband of the captain.
In 2009, Dikgacoi announced that he had reached an agreement with Fulham after a successful trail at the club. This deal was finalized after a few days after a work permit was granted. Having been trained previously with Golden Arrows, his former club, the work permit took place to maintain fitness. The same year, in the month of October, he was sent off in the 41st minute for slapping Scott Parker.
Standing five feet eleven inches tall, Dikgacoi made his international debut in 2007, in a COSAFA Cup match whilst playing against Mauritius. He scored two goals in 2008 and in World Cup qualifier against Equatorial Guinea in 2010 ending to 4-1. He was also part of the Bafana Bafana African Nations Cup squad in 20-8 and was a participant at the FIFA Confederations Cup in 2009.
Dikgacoi was with the Bloemfontein Young Tigers from 2005, during which he made 10 appearances. From 2005 to 2009, he was with the Golden Arrows team making 82 appearances and 8 goals. From 2009 onwards, he was with the Fulham team making 12 appearances. Whilst with South African team, he has made 34 appearances with 2 goals.