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Percy Tau's transition to Al Ahly from Brighton and Hove Albion has been invited by a previous Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder who is amped up for the switch. 

Tau is relied upon to revive his profession under mentor Pitso Mosimane in the wake of battling for game-time in the English Premier League. 

While some in the clique have had their shifted assessments on the Bafana global's transition to the African heroes, previous Sundowns midfielder Brent Carelse has praised the 27-year-old for the switch. 

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"I believe it's the best choice that Percy Tau made. Number one, he has gone to a mentor that knows him. Number two, he has gone to the greatest group in Africa. In the event that you contrast Al Ahly with Brighton, it's chalk and cheddar. Indeed, the English Premier League is the most watched association however in case you are not playing who is watching you? You go where individuals need you, and I think Percy settled on the ideal choice. He will play at Al Ahly and he will play for the greatest group in Africa and he will play Champions League each season. He has a mentor that loves him and that upholds him, and I believe he will find real success at Al Ahly. I don't see him not going abroad once more," Carelse told the Siya team. 

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"I believe he will go from Al Ahly to Europe since he has that capability of breaking into those associations once more, yet he should play. On the off chance that we have that resource in our public group, he should play. We can't have someone sitting on the seat, precisely what the public group mentor said that he won't pick players who are not playing. Actually, I'm exceptionally glad for himself and I simply hope everything turns out great for him and I realize he will do right by us," said Carelse.

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