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Downs Is Leaving Pirates & Chiefs Behind

Kaizer Chiefs legend Neil Tovey has demanded that Mamelodi Sundowns has left both the Amakhosi and Orlando Pirates behind despite the fact that the Soweto monsters are greater brands. 

The 59-year-old played for the Glamor Boys somewhere in the range of 1990 and 1999, showing up for the club.  

He as of late functioned as Technical Director for SAFA because of wellbeing reasons, with the empty position yet to be authoritatively filled. 

Tovey additionally won an association title as a Sundowns co-mentor close by Miguel Gamondi in 2006. 

Tovey addressed the On The Whistle web recording about his previous club and what necessities to change for Chiefs to end their prize draft, saying they need to take a gander at Masandawana, who've have surpassed them according to a specialized perspective. 

"Nightfalls is leaving Pirates and Chiefs remaining as far as their specialized exhibition on the field," he said. 

"I feel that both those clubs need to think back and say 'for what reason would we say we aren't winning more prizes? For what reason is Sundowns winning every one of the prizes?' 

"Since clearly the brands clearly outperform Sundowns' image by leaves and limits – both particle them do. 

"So it's the specialized execution. When you get the specialized presentation, it even causes your image to develop dramatically." 

Bosses designated Molefi Ntseki as Head of Technical and Academy, while Kaizer Motaung Jr was named Sporting Director of the club.

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