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Mokwena on Zungu reports of re-joining Sundowns: Positively no remark

 Mokwena didn't excuse the thought or affirm it when gotten some information about the potential leaving of the Bafana star midfielder. Photograph: Archive

Mokwena didn't excuse the thought or affirm it when gotten some information about the potential leaving of the Bafana star midfielder. Photograph: Archive


Enraged hypothesis connecting Bongani Zungu with a re-visitation of Mamelodi Sundowns won't subside, and it will possibly be fuelled by co-mentor Rulani Mokwena selecting to offer no remark with regards to this issue.

Mokwena didn't excuse the thought or affirm it when gotten some information about the potential leaving of the Bafana star midfielder.

It is notable that Mokwena is enamored with Zungu and the two have a decent relationship, however Mokwena was simply glad to say that Sundowns' business in the exchange market was not wrapped up.

He said:

Positively no remark. What you can be sure of is that the check book isn't shut.

The 29-year-old Zungu, who headed out in different directions from French Ligue 2 side Amiens as of late, is presently clubless.

While the player's most memorable award is stay in Europe, it is accepted that a re-visitation of Sundowns is the for the most part probable possibility in the event that he neglects to get another agreement abroad.

"We'll see, [but] I don't think the business is finished. The club will make vital declarations. However, no, the [transfer] business isn't finished and the check book isn't shut."

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Mokwena was talking after Sundowns experienced a shock 1-0 home loss against a lively TS Galaxy on Wednesday night.

Lifa Hlongwane scored the lone objective to daze the sizeable group at Loftus Versfeld, as a dull Sundowns, who have trotted to their last scarcely any prevalence titles, experienced their most memorable loss of the time, which left them in mid-table after two games.

While Mokwena said there were extremely numerous players who played underneath their true capacity and regular power, he laid the fault for the loss decisively in the specialized group.

He likewise went on about the knowledge that Sibusiso "Vila" Vilakazi, who prepared with Sundowns during the preseason prior to joining Galaxy, could have given to his new group.

"It is one of those, one of 30 [matches in the season]. Not a simple match against a very much trained side..." He said:

Vila prepared with us the whole preseason and that played a smidgen for their potential benefit since he has so much intel on us.

"Furthermore, they knew, 150%, the shortcomings of our group. Yet, nevertheless, we ought to have played better, we realize we can play better."

"We had various players who were not on ordinary force in conditions of power and character. The arrangement was there and the endeavors to execute were there, however we battled a tad with specific people on the pitch today."

"We had unreasonably numerous players playing past their necessary level regarding execution."

"The full liability is on us as the mentors. We put our hands up on the grounds that when you don't have the players on beat, energy, certainty, animosity and character, it addresses readiness and arrangement. It is our obligation, not the players'."

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"In the event that the group isn't completely ready according to the duels and genuineness and power then we need to take a gander at ourselves first and check how we set up the group and ideally we can plan better for the following match," said Mokwena.

Dusks will be once again at Loftus on Saturday for an early season mouth-watering blockbuster against Kaizer Chiefs.

In the interim, Galaxy mentor Sead Ramovic said his group was an incentive for cash for the success.

"We played a decent game. I additionally might want to compliment the rival for a fair and extreme game. We knew that collaboration and association in each phase of the game would be the way to getting a few focuses, and this is the thing we really did," said Ramovic.

"It was difficult as far as we were concerned, however that's what we knew whether we maintain the concentration and want to battle for each inch on the field, we can contend with any group in this association."

Cosmic system, with a draw and a success in their initial two matches, will have SuperSport United in Mbombela on Sunday.

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