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Another Mamelodi Sundowns Coach Speaks Out On Alleged In-Fights between the trio of coaches

Mamelodi Sundowns football club is currently sailing rocky waters, their coaching department is reportedly in shambles and they will have to get their act together if they need to defend their championship.

According to reports, the three coaches, Manqoba Mngqithi, Steve Komphela and Rulani Mokoena are not seeing eye to eye. The news were somewhat confirmed by Steve Komphela yesterday, who shared his views on the maytter, also cautioning people not to always believe what they read.

Today, another member of the trio of coaches, Rulani Mokoena also commented, his comment however kind of threw Mngqithi under the bus, it now looks like he was the one with a problem.

Speaking to Kickoff today Mokoena said, "“In any organisation, any household if ever there are any relations of course there is going to be one or two squabbles or disagreements.”

“Those should not be blown out of proportion. You know I get disappointed personally when I am on the other side and to be honest with you maybe this question should be posed to coach Manqoba Mngqithi.

“Because what was reported in the media there is an element of truth to it, but for me, the coach apologised and we move on. It’s important for Mamelodi Sundowns to move on and I have nothing further to add," Rhulani Mokwena told Kick-off regarding off-field issues at Mamelodi Sundowns.

Mamelodi Sundowns will have to swiftly put their off-field issues behind them with a crunch DStv Premiership clash coming up this weekend against Kaizer Chiefs.

Mamelodi Sundowns have unsurprisingly made another fast start to the 2021/22 season and are into the MTN8 semi-finals, while in the DStv Premiership they beat last year’s runners-up AmaZulu 1-0 in their opener and then drew 0-0 with Chippa United.

They’ll be competing in the CAF Champions League once again and the club will undoubtedly be looking at reaching at least the semi-final stage, if not winning the title!

Sundowns were sent into a frenzy when their former head coach Pitso Mosimane quit and left them for Egyptian side, Al Ahly at the end of 2020. He had just signed a new four year contract. The said contract is nwo seeing him and Sundowns head to court as the club wants to recoup its signing on fee paid to Mosimane, it is said to be in its millions.

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