While many feel Ronwen Williams might battle to bring down Denis Onyango and Kennedy Mweene in the fight for the No 1 shirt at Mamelodi Sundowns, previous manager John Tlale says this is a move that will remove him from his usual range of familiarity.
Williams is supposed to finish a move from SuperSport United to Sundowns before the new season begins. He will rival Onyango, Mweene, Reyaad Pieterse and Ricardo Goss for the No 1 shirt.
The 30-year-old goalkeeper has straightforwardly uncovered that he is prepared to move to Sundowns as he needs to come out on top for the DStv Premiership championship.
"Let him proceed to contend. He has been in a safe place at SuperSport," Tlale told Sowetan on Monday.
"Once in a while you might think you are awesome, playing every day of the week. Regardless of whether you commit errors you realize that one week from now you will play. Allow him to go there, and I figure he will up his game realizing that he won't go there and unwind. He should perform to his best for him to win the position."
Tlale conceded that it would be challenging for Williams to win the No 1 shirt except for that he might should show restraint toward both Onyango and Mweene toward the finish of their vocations.
"To be straightforward it will be troublesome however he can proceed to contend. He is more youthful than them and those folks are toward the finish of their professions and in two years' time I don't figure they will be something similar," he said.
"That is the point at which he will dominate, however presently I figure they will allow him an opportunity. He is a decent goalkeeper. He demonstrated [that] at Bafana against Morocco. Allow him to escape his usual range of familiarity.
"Despite the fact that it is unsafe, now and again in football you face those challenges. He needs to win the association and everybody needs to play for Sundowns."
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