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Dudula Operation Likely To Land On PSL Foreign Players Tom Promote Local Talent - {OPINION}

The community based movement, Dudula Operation, is a sprinter group from a segment Put South Africa First movement. It promotes and executes anti-immigrants sentiments and campaigns in different townships and social media networks.

In the first instance, Dudula Operation was very much concerned with undocumented foreign nationals, and now documented foreigners are being regarded much the same as illegal immigrants and should leave the country, according to Dudula Operation chants.

In my view, if Dudula Operation lands on PSL teams looking for foreign players and replace them with local soccer players, the level of football in South Africa is going to decline drastically.

The reason why Dudula Operation is likely to knock on PSL teams is that, the best clubs' top players are not from South Africa. When they go to play for their national squads, Bafana Bafana remains weak as it is fed by PSL clubs.

South African big teams such Mamelodi Sundowns, Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates to name three do not respect local talent.

Coaches of these clubs think of saving their jobs and rush for results, hence sign top foreign players who will never play for our national team, Bafana Bafana remains exposed, no promoting local players.

Dudula Operation is against such a scenario whereby foreign nationals seem to have an upper hand than South Africans, that's why they chant "Put South Africa First".

It seems as though it's a crazy opinion for Dudula to do something to force PSL teams to use local players but it's the right thing to do.

The standard of football Bafana Bafana has for a long time now is marred with worry. It has been on the same position for over two and half decades now with no progress regarding competing with top squads in Africa and the world at large.

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