Hugo Broos recently accused a Mamelodi Sundowns first-team coach of sabotage and that coach has answered!
Co-coach Rhulani Mokwena of Mamelodi Sundowns responded to Hugo Broos' claims of sabotage against his team.
Following his accusation that teams like Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates were sabotaging the national team, the Bafana head coach raised some eyebrows.
Following the Brazilians' 2-2 away draw with Maniema Union in their CAF Champions League preliminary round match, Mokwena has subsequently opened up on the subject.
"The situation with Bafana is quite problematic. Even the medical department is unable to speak with us. We have no idea where Bafana will be going or what training they will be doing when they get there." Kick-off reports that Rhulani Mokwena spoke to members of the media and said as follows:
In terms of load, we don't get any training feedback because there isn't any data." As a result, we're a little miffed about our collaboration with Bafana. Simply because we are the first to exhibit our readiness to support our country as Mamelodi Sundowns.
As many Sundowns employees as possible will represent Bafana Bafana, so we must help the cause by releasing them." Mamelodi Sundowns has always prioritized Bafana ahead of its own cause when it comes to the country's cause.
"It's regrettable that Thapelo [Morena] was injured even in the previous camp. He hasn't returned yet, and we're still working on getting him back into the flow by giving him a couple of minutes today," Mamelodi Sundowns coach proceeded to state.
It's true that after his injury he's returned to training, but he's still not ready to compete at this point. Then there's Mothobi Mvala, whose physicality is crucial to Mamelodi Sundowns throughout this African sojourn and assignment.
"With his ability to win aerial duels, as well as his control and composure in midfield, he gives us a competitive edge."
Then he returns from Bafana with an injury, and, as a precaution, Rushine de Reuck does not finish the game against Swallows in our previous match.
There is an issue with his muscles, but that doesn't stop him from playing for the national team." A tired and overburdened Thabiso Kutumela also returns, struggling with his performance.
When disappointments like these arise in the Mamelodi Sundowns organization, you must continue to support the national cause despite them.
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