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Sundowns Sold Their Lethal Striker to South American Giants

A striker from Mamelodi Sundowns has joined Club Atletico River Plate in Uruguay.

Affonso's return to the Uruguayan top division ends a two-year injury-plagued career with the DStv Premiership champions, where he made only 22 appearances.

The attacker will be remembered for his performance in the last-ever Telkom Knockout final, when he scored a brace to help Masandawana win the domestic treble under former head coach Pitso Mosimane.

Junior is correct. Unless his decision was motivated by money, Tau should have stayed and fought for his spot. Players wait for their chance to come.

Sundowns should have sought for a team in the championship on loan, and if he fails there, he should return to Belgium, and if things don't go well there, he should return to Egypt. Egypt should have been egypt's final resort.

He once injured people at Moses Mabhida and around South Africa with a head brace, and because those people were not Maritzburg United supporters, the competition was canceled.

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