Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club has one of the most quality, competitive, and strong squads in South Africa if not Africa, it is full of depth and creativity as we have seen no player other than Andile Jali has featured in all games this season. Photo: Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club Official Facebook Page
Mamelodi Sundowns have retained the top spot in the Premier Soccer league log table. The Brazilians claimed a home victory against TS Galaxy on Sunday evening. The game started on a slow pace as both sides were not possing any dangers. As the game progressed Sundowns were desperate for goals and were very dominant.
Thabiso Kutumela scored his first goal for Mamelodi Sundowns over the weekend against TS Galaxy in a convincing three (3) nil (0) win. TS Galaxy was able to hold of Mamelodi Sundowns very well in the first half of the game. The half time team talks and tactics from the three coaching masters at Mamelodi Sundowns change the whole emphasis of the game.
If ever there is a team in South Africa that knows how to win trophies it's Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club, the Pretoria, Chlorkoop based club has won 12 trophies in the last ten seasons the pick being 6 league championships and 2016 CAF Champions League. Source: Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club Official Facebook page
Undoubtedly the most dominant club in the South African football fraternity the last ten seasons Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club has come second to none, winning seven of the last ten league championships, the last four coming the last four seasons. Source: Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club Official Facebook page
Over the years Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club is known to have produced one of the finest leaders in South African football fraternity. The likes of Esrom Nyandoro,Surprise Moriri,Godfrey Sapula,Teko Modise and Benson Mohlongo are just some of few great captains the club has had over the years.
If at any point there is a group in South Africa that realizes how to win prizes it's Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club, the Pretoria, Chlorkoop based club has won 12 prizes in the last ten seasons the pick being 6 association titles and 2016 CAF Champions League.
Chloorkop side Mamelodi Sundowns will be looking to continue with their winning run when they face Sea Robbers Orlando Pirates at home. Sundowns remain unbeaten in all competitions and are yet to concede a goal in the league having played four matches with four clean sheets. Co-coach Manqoba Mgqhithi spoke about the perfect transition play by their opponents and have got tremendous results in their past two games and have been deadly in front of goal.
Mamelodi Sundowns hierarchy has been working on contracts of their players. Some are expected to leave while some are rumoured to join rivals. Mamelodi Sundowns has renewed the contracts of six players to put an end to rumours. This will be good news for the Brazilians to end the transfer rumours of their players which rival teams have been entertaining.
Tough times at the Chloorkop side Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club as they are set to part ways with one of thiet long term serving players. According to Soccer Laduma the Ivorian defendsr Bangally Somahoro has been a missing component in the training with first teams past weeks and looks like the technical team have no plans for him this season.
The pursuit for MTN 8 silverware at Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club is clear for everyone to see as the club is looking to win the one competition that has eluded them in it's current name. As much as the have dominated the top flight of South African football for the last ten seasons or so the MTN8 seems to be the one trophy they seem to be able to win,for whatever seasons that they may be for them to fail to win this competition they have another chance this season.
Chloorkop side Mamelodi Sundowns have a tough task in their upcoming Dstv Premiership fixture against Kaizer Chiefs and will see some of thier players ruled out because of injury. Co -coach Rulani Mokoena has provided an update about injury update at the club ahead of their fixture against Chiefs.
When they meet teams that have an unbeaten run Kaizer Chiefs Football Club seemed a very different club to what they have been the entire season. Having a team or club that is unbeatable just invite amakhosi,Chiefs might have had a poor season given their lofty standards but they had their moments in this season especially against clubs that were on top form and seemingly seemed to not be losing games.
Chloorkop side Mamelodi Sundowns will look to ensure a second successive win against wounded Usuthu when they welcome them at the Loftus Verfield stadium in first encounter of the Dstv Premiership season. Sundowns co-coaches Manqoba Mghithi and Rulani Mokoena has spoke about the quality available within the squad and have found it tough to selecting starting line up as they pose a great threat.
It is just few days before the South African Men senior national depart for Qatar 2022 World Cup Qualifier against Ethiopia, already there are some hiccups the head coach Hugo Broos is facing. Orlando Pirates Midfielder Goodman Mosele has been withdrawn from the traveling squad with immediate effect after failing to get reached when he was contacted for preparations.
We are into the new season and Mamelodi Sundowns has picked up where they left off. The Brazilians in all competitions this season so far they have won two games and drawn two games. Their first game of the season was against Kaizer Chiefs in the MTN 8 quarter finals, where Mamelodi Sundowns won on penalties.
Mamelodi Sundowns will be up against Kaizer Chiefs on Sunday at 17:00. The game will take place at Loftus Versfeld and it will be televised live on SABC 1. Mamelodi Sundowns coach Rhulani Mokwena has confirmed that the right back Khuliso Mudau is unlikely to feature against Mamelodi Sundowns.
Kaizer Chiefs star midfielder Khama Billiat is within touching distance of reaching a milestone of 100 club career goals. While many might not be aware of this, Billiat is not that far away from making history at Kaizer Chiefs. Khama Billiat first arrived in South Africa in 2011 where he started playing at the now defunct Ajax Cape Town where he played alongside the likes of Thulani Seroro, Thulani Hlatshwayo, George Maluleka and Musa Lebusa.
Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club is the club to beat in the league in South African top-flight football, the club has one defeat in the last 35 league games. Source: Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club Official Facebook page Their only defeat came last season, against their arch-nemesis Kaizer Chiefs Football Club at Loftus Stadium, Pretoria, the scoreline was 2 - 1 in favour of mighty Amakhosi.
Mamelodi Sundowns are about to complete the signing of defender Katlego Mohamme from NFD side the University of Pretoria. Mahamme who enjoyed a fruitful spell in the GladAfrica Championship in the books the University of Pretoria managed to register 21 appearances in the GladAfrica Championship and 2 appearances in the Nedbank Cup.