In my opinion, these Memelodi Sundown female footballers are the most beautiful in South Africa in 2021/22. Female football players are no exception to the rule that female athletes are more often a sight to see, despite the fact that they may not be as fast, tough, or gruff as male football players. The kind of beauty some of these beautiful Memelodi Sundown female footballers possess is one thing that works for them and also keeps the viewers glued to their screens.
Today I’ve come up with a list of Top 5 Most Beautifu Sundown Female Footballers in Africa 2021/22.
1. THALEA SMIDT - CENTRAL MIDFIELDER
Before joining the University of the Western Cape (UWC) Varsity football squad and showcasing her talents there, the beautiful Cape Town-born standout participated in the youth programs of Santos FC and Spurs FC in her hometown. UWC finished second in the Varsity Cup twice. After graduating from UWC, Smidt enrolled at UP-TUKS (University of Pretoria), where he played for the junior u/20 national team and frequently represented South Africa at the University World Student Games.
2. MELINDA KGADIETE- MIDFIELDER
The Mdantsane-born striker wants to represent Masandawana in Cairo and win the Women's Champions League. She won the Golden Boot at the 2021 COSAFA CAF Champions League qualifiers. Kgadiete is a member of the Banyana Banyana Women's Senior National Team as well.
3. BOITUMELO RABALE - ATTACKING MIDFIELDER
Boitumelo participated in American football before moving to South Africa to play for Masandawana. She competes for the Lesotho National Women's team and most recently participated in the Tshwane Derby, which she called "the best game of my life this season."
4. ANDILE DLAMINI - GOALKEEPER
Andile is highly known among her contemporaries in South Africa's women's football community. Before joining Masandawana in the Super League, "Sticks" participated in all of the regional women's football leagues. She draws inspiration from former teammates and Banyana Banyana international Mamello Makhabane, Amanda Dlamini, and U.S. Women's National Team player Hope Solo, who played as an infielder before becoming the last man between the poles.
5. KHUNJULWA MALI - CENTRAL MIDFIELDER
Source: https://sundownsfc.co.za/mamelodi-sundowns-2021-22-ladies-squad/ | https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mamelodi_Sundowns_Ladies_F.C.
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