Mamelodi Sundowns new marking Bongani Zungu has chosen his previous colleague Hlompho Kekana's shirt number upon his re-visitation of the club.
Downs declared the blockbuster marking at a sold-old Loftus Versveld on Saturday evening prior to whipping Kaizer Chiefs 4-0, likely stirring up a lot of pleasure for the Yellow Nation.
His enthusiastically expected return has brought out a lot of discussion over which shirt number he will wear, having recently turned out in the number 34 when he previously showed up back in 2013 as a new confronted ability from AmaTuks.
"We concluded the number eight might really work out for me, the person who wore the shirt here is a legend here, I played with him, he was my midfield accomplice, I'm certain he would be glad to realize that we concluded that pullover number eight is the pullover," Zungu said.
"It's a weighty pullover, a person accomplished a great deal with the club since I return a man, a developed experienced player, I figure I will make an honest effort not to drop the level of the shirt, just to keep it however top as it seems to be."
Zungu will currently be planning to return to wellness and battle for a spot in the as of now ritzy Masandawana line-up who look set to contend on all front for flatware in the 2022/23 mission.
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