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Mamelodi Sundowns released their promising defender

Mamelodi Sundowns defender Harold Majadobodu has revealed he has mixed emotions with how his career has gone, following the club's decision to loan him out again this season.

Honestly, I have mixed emotions when it comes to that, but I am positive. I might not be where I thought I would be, but I am happy with what I have achieved so far.

I got to Sundowns in 2015. I played for M-Tigers (Sundowns reserve team) and from there I played for the MDC team and then I loaned out to Mthatha Bucks.

Then I was loaned to Ajax Cape Town and I played under Muhsin Ertugral. That's where I played my best football, which is why I was not surprised that I was promoted to the Sundowns first team the following season," Majadibodu tells the Siya crew. 

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Great news I would have preferred Qatar if Chiefs won't gonna participate but since they could participate in club world cup! I support the move to abroad.

SAFA and other sporting bodies, and the government would have to be very careful, and make sure that all the loopholes are closed.

Otherwise, anyone who is able to trace their ailment or death of a loved one, to a particular sporting event, will be able to sue them (jointly) - for hospital/medical expenses, burial costs, loss of income and burial costs.

For the past two years I have learnt that things won't go the way you always want them to. I have always believed that I can play in the Premier League, but it has been difficult. I don't even have answers. I has been difficult to get a team in the Premier League and sometimes it's depressing.


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