Mamelodi Sundowns has so many players they barely use in a season. Gaston Sirino was one of the best at Mamelodi Sundowns until he started being eager to leave Chloorkop and join Al Ahly. Since then his form badly deteriorated and he is becoming a forgotten player slowly. The attacking midfielder still got it as he has proven in the games he has played this season. The arrival of Neo Maema and Thabiso Kutumela meant more competition for him. The 30-year-old Gaston Sirino barely makes the bench for Mamelodi Sundowns in recent time. It is no longer surprising with the performances Neo Maema Thabiso Kutumela gives in every game they play.
Even co-coach Rhulani Mokwena once revealed that it is all about what you offer in the playing field. Now Sirino's situation is even worse with the arrival of Bradley 'surprise' Ralani. His arrival means Sirino is falling further in the pecking order. In the past we have seen plenty of Mamelodi Sundowns players join Kaizer Chiefs over the years and some Orlando Pirates. Do you think Sirino can revive his career either at Kaizer Chiefs or Orlando Pirates if they come knocking? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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