Denis Onyango's accomplishment of becoming the most decorated player in South Africa has left Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach Rulani Mokwena feeling emotional. The Ugandan impacted the world forever on Wednesday evening when he turned into the primary player to lift the PSL title on nine separate events.
Three association titles with SuperSport and six more with Sundowns recounts a mind blowing story for the veteran goalkeeper who has now overwhelmed any semblance of Hlompho Kekana to remain without equal. Giving recognition to the 36-year-old after their goalless attract to Cape Town City that fixed their fifth consecutive association title, Mokwena considered how Onyango has proceeded to accomplish significance, in spite of his unassuming beginnings.
"It's extremely challenging to talk about Denis without being passionate due to what he has done for Sundowns as well as what he has done is unbelievable for these small children that are in Uganda. You must go to Uganda to grasp the climate, from a political sense as well as the financial foundation that he comes from," Mokwena told writers.
"Furthermore, to persuade somebody to be the best goalkeeper on the African continent and to win that honor from humble beginnings to accomplish with Sundowns, yet with Bidvest Wits and SuperSport, and that kind of story is one that numerous footballers would be glad to compose." He added. With his most recent association win, Onyango has now collected 16 prizes with Sundowns starting around 2014.
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