With the success Sundowns has had over the last ten years and more, the club has been able to bring in a lot of new fans. Former Sundowns head coach Pitso Mosimane brought the fans closer to the players during his eight years as the club's head coach from 2012 to 2020, before he left to coach Al Ahly Sporting Club.
Mosimane has left a legacy that is helping the club right now. Its fans are known for being some of the loudest in the country because they sing during and after games to cheer on their players and encourage them to keep fighting for them and the yellow nation.
Something that the Sundowns coaching staff knows very well because after every game, whether they won or lost, they go to the stands to thank the fans for their support.
This tradition has made fans feel close to the players and team, which is one reason why the club has dominated South African football for so long and will try to keep doing so for years to come.
Rulani Mokwena, the co-head coach of Sundowns, took it a step further by taking pictures and talking to fans before Sundowns' game against their biggest rivals, Chiefs, later today.
Mokwena has been a part of the club's success since the beginning, so he knows how important it is to talk to fans whenever he or she gets the chance.
And as long as players and coaches treat them this way, Sundowns fans will keep cheering for their team and giving it the help it needs.
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