Currently, there is no team in the top tier of South African football that comes close to Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club when it comes to attracting top talents around and abroad. The trend continued as they attracted and signed arguably one of the best players in the league the last two or more seasons, Bradley Ralani who joined the club from Cape Town City Football Club a few weeks ago.
Photo credit: Cape Town City Football Club Official Facebook Page
The 34-year-old joins a star-studded Sundowns side which looks set to win the 2021/2022 Dstv Premiership championship, a fifth in as many seasons. Ralani is a great addition to the club, as he will offer them a wealth of experience which saw him spend more than 10 years playing overseas.
He took part in his training session with the club yesterday and took to his Instagram handle @surprise_ralani_11, to share his first image in the club's colours.
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