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Rulani Mokwena Bags Himself A Lucrative Side Gig

The current climate of South African is a position that it has aspired to be a for a long time. We have one of the most competitive and lucrative leagues in the world and this is something that is continuing to grow. Players who played a mere 10 years ago would be dumi struck by the amount of money that is currently being earned. This shows improvement and more importantly progress as far as the sport is concerned.

Rulani Mokwena is the perfect example of a modern day coach as he is still very young. He is also in touch with the new ways of doing things when it comes to football and that on and off the field. Social media has become an important part of the game and provides another channel of income to all the parties involved.

Rulani Mokwena took to social media to share his new gig with Milo South Africa. The Mamelodi coach was involved in a commercial with the brand as he shared it to his profiles. This is definitely a good way for him to put his 90k followers into good use apet from his primary job.

Social media has helped a lot as far as that part of the game is concerned. There is no longer the need for high budget deals and commercials as collaborations can now be done cheaper and quicker. This is not only limited to footballers as Rulani Mokwena shoes that coaches can also use their influence to make extra income as it doesn't interfere with football.

Things are certainly going well for Rulani Mokwena in every aspect of his life as Mamelodi Sundowns has been thriving. He has been very instrumental in the club's success after the departure of Pitso Mosimane and is slowly emerging as one of the brightest football minds in the country. He definitely draws a lot of inspiration from the best in the world and it is always interesting to see him translating the teachings into the PSL.

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