George Maluleke left Kaizer Chiefs 2 years back for Mamelodi Sundowns. His move was inspired by lack of opportunities to play at Naturena. Maluleke decided to part ways with kaizer Chiefs because he couldn't take it anymore but now things are not going well for him.
Mamelodi Sundowns will release 11 players subsequent week, some will be Released permanently at the same time as some will be loaned out!
Mamelodi Sundowns were also in the race to sign Sipho Mbule but Kaizer Chiefs have stolen a march on everyone else as Amakhosi have already tabled a massive offer to SuperSport United with negotiations being led by none other than Stanley Matthews.
Please don’t finish all the money because that’s the mistake most players who played for Sunflowers did in the past, today we play dice with them. Remember you are no longer guaranteed to be there.
We give them brian, masenamela lebabang babangata so we sighn three ex sundowns so they say we want to be like sundowns.they talk rubbish masepa.shapa khosi shapa
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