Mamelodi Sundowns have faced a couple of challenges in their past encounters in the DStv Premiership, as they managed dropped points, ended their impressive clean sheets and even had a few behavioural problems. An established club like Sundowns isn’t expected to make mistakes as they’ve set their standards higher and everyone in their payroll will have to obey everything good for the brand at Chloorkop.
There have been mixed emotions with regards to the whole Denis Onyango incident that might see him being sidelined for several games. This follows after the Brazilians 2-0 victory over Sekhukhune United whereby the veteran goalkeeper committed an unprofessional foul that left the technical team in disbelief. That led to Onyango being sent off within the match and this has got the skipper in trouble with the club and his coaches. As the straight red card that was given to Onyango has sparked talks in the football fraternity, which might force Masandawana to act quickly towards the former SuperSport United shot-stopper. It is believed that Downs have made some tradition to discipline their players for any transgressions that occur on and off the field. As they feel that players have to be professional at all times and they cannot settle for anything less.
That’s why Downs barely makes it to the headlines with regards to their players doing wrong things. They don’t want anything that will put the Tshwane giants into disrepute. According to reports, the reigning DStv Premiership champions are guided by a rulebook that outlines certain things including late arrivals to training, absenteeism, social life and even getting unnecessary red and yellow cards. Even the Sundowns co-coach Rulani Mokwena confirmed how things are run at Chloorkop in terms of their massive squad. “The club has clear policies and there is a handbook which outlines what is tolerable behaviour and what isn’t, both on and off the pitch… We will deal with it internally and the club will take the right sort of measures to deal with a situation like this in relation to the policies and the handbook,” said Mokwena talking to the media.
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