Mamelodi Sundowns co-coach Rulani Mokwena has expressed his unhappiness towards Bafana Bafana after some of the club's players returned from the national duty in less than ideal condition.
The Brazilians played to a 2-2 draw yesterday against AS Maniema in their CAF Champions League opener.
Speaking after the game Mokwena said they have encountered some problems with their players after returning from the last two Bafana camps and has called for a better communication from Bafana.
"I mean it’s a very, very difficult situation, because with Bafana we can’t even communicate with the medical department," he said.
He added that they do not know the training program of Bafana, they do not even get a training feedback and has claimed that the cooperation between the National team is a little bit frustrating for his side.
Mokwena added that Bafana should better their communication because over the years Sundowns had shown willingness to support the national team.
Mokwena concluded that it is disappointing that in the previous Bafana camp their players returned injured including Thapelo Morena, Mothobi Mvala and Rushine De Reuck who are all key players for the club.
Source: iDiski Times
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