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The signing of all the windows, is probably the cause of Sundowns' disunity in the last league games

The signing of all the windows, is probably the cause of Sundowns' disunity in the last league games.

Mamelodi Sundowns is the only DSTV Premiership club that buys players the most when the window opens. Downs doesn't sign free agents players, but go for high-quality players who are at the peak of their performances.

The introduction of new players in all window period, probably the reason Mamelodi Sundowns inconsistency towards the last games of the season. At the beginning of season, Mamelodi Sundowns signed Maema, Safranko, Lunga, Kekane and Kutumela. In the 2nd round window period “Bafana Ba Style” introduced Ralani, Mokoena and Saveedra to strengthen the squad and compete in the CAF Championship.

2020/2021 season Mamelodi Sundowns finished the league with 67 points, 10 draws and lost 1. Rulani Mokoena once briefed the media about Mamelodi Sundowns mandates of which is to dominate locally and internationally. Therefore, in order for Downs to sustain dominance needs to minimize draws in the DSTV Premiership and maintain consistency.

In 21 games played so far this season, Mamelodi Sundowns is on 48 points, 6 draws and lost 1. This team started the 2021/2022 season exceptionally well, playing 10 games without conceding a single goal.

The introduction of new players in Mamelodi Sundowns squads make the team struggle to find combinations and consistency. Mamelodi Sundowns is currently struggling to start a build up from the back because of the poor passes from the players.

In the last game Sundowns played drew by 1-1 against Baroka FC. A team played on the day failed to create fair scoring opportunities for strikers as they scored a set piece which was taken Lay Lakay. Baroka FC surprised everyone when Mbulu scored an equalizing goal in the last seconds of a game.

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