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Sundowns failing to put a deadly striker on their books: here is why

Safranko joined Sundowns on a lucrative three-year deal and is set to become the first Slovakian player to feature in the PSL.

The Brazilians recently completed the signing of fellow attacker Thabiso Kutumela to add more firepower to their strike force, including Kermit Erasmus and Peter Shalulile.

According to a club official, Safranko is expected to receive his work permit before the week's end, allowing him to begin his football career in South Africa.

They have shalulile Erasmus kutumela enough firepower to ensure Sao Tome remain trophyless & starless they must rest him.

Thapelo Baloteli I want him there to increase a scoreline to be similar to that of Powerlines fc. Ngcobo will keep shalulile and Romeo on his pocket while dube keep Zwane and Maboe.

Mathoho and Cardoso are praying overtime, for Sundowns to fail to register Safranko on time.

Sbuh Makhaza so says the prophet of doom.The game would be won on the field of play not on Facebook.Why do work permits for players and coaches in South Africa take long to be issued.

Phela some Almost FC fans think they will be playing alone. Last 3 games we beat them twice and once they were lucky.

Even if they register him on time it won't matter,they're still not gonna beat us.D Psl admin will drag feet as dey always do when it comes to Sundwns He won't be available for the up coming match mark my words.

They are wasting money, he won't even score a single goal. They can sign anything that is kicking football but they must know that Baryen Chiefs are already champions.

What are they waiting for the guy has been in the country for long now let them approach Home affairs and Psl directly they are useless and just there for money.

Chiefs already sabotaging us... Bobby working around the clock to ensure he's not registered. Why can't they just register him.


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