Mamelodi Sundowns' record-breaking success in the 2021/22 DStv Premiership season can be attributed in substantial degree to star Namibian striker Peter Shalulile.
PeterShalulile has 22 goals and is striving to break Zambia's Collins Mbesuma's all-time single-season scoring record of 25 set for Kaizer Chiefs in the 2004/05 season.
Ex Orlando Pirates player, Jali has been a mainstay for the league champions. He has been deployed in all parts of the midfield this season. The unavailability of fellow teammate, Rivaldo Coetzee has forced him to play a more deeper role in center of the park.
Meanwhile, Letsoalo has become a key part of the Royal AM's ever-improving squad, but he is highly improbable to be selected in front of the two Sundowns big names.
Sundowns won the DStv Premiership this season, whereas Chiefs and Pirates are presently 4th and 7th in the PSL points table respectively, with only one fixture of top division action remaining. Except for Orlando Pirates who have three remaining games still to be played.
Kaizer Chiefs superstar, Keagan Dolly has missed out on the nomination of the best player of the season. I think if his superb performances led Kaizer Chiefsto greater heught he would have neen a serios contender.
The ex Mamelodi Sundowns and Ajax Cape Town man has scored eight goals and made five assists since making his return from French Ligue 1.
Keagan Dolly, and many other PSL superstars will be looking to do much better in the upcoming season. Next season is posed to be the most competitive so far, as both Soweto giants Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs have showed a glimpse of response to Sundowns dominance.
The two powerhouses are looking to fill the gap between them and Sundowns by recruiting top talent. The transfer window will be intriguing indeed.
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