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Mamelodi Sundowns Have Been Advised To Sign More Players, Check Below.

Although Mamelodi Sundowns have been successful in the DStv Premiership, they still face obstacles that have been exploited by their opponents.

Sundowns were knocked out of the CAF Champions League quarter-finals by Petros de Luanda a few weeks ago, and it could have been one of the key reasons for that.

After witnessing the most of their games this season, their former star player has opted to provide free advice to the current technical staff over the forthcoming transfer window.

"I believe that entering the market is necessary. Mamelodi Sundowns have struggled with centre backs this season, in my opinion "According to Soccer Laduma, Teko Modise's recommendation to Mamelodi Sundowns. A lot of Sundowns central defenders have been cut.

Coaches Manqoba Mngqithi, Rulani Mokwena, and Steve Komphela made changes. At Chloorkop, they were plagued by a variety of ailments, which had an impact on the squad's defensive structure.

"You've seen a lot of changes in the centre backs, as well as injuries they've had. The midfield is balanced, but the centre backs are always an issue... That was especially important in the Champions League, where they could have defended a little better if they had the most consistent center back duo "When asked by the Siya team, Modise noted recently. Downs' center defender options are still unknown, as they already have Grant Kekana, Brian Onyango, Mosa Lebusa, Rivaldo Coetzee, Divine Lunga, and others Rushine de Reuck, too.

Masandawana have been connected with Golden Arrows captain Nkosinathi Sibisi in recent weeks.


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