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"I'M not satisfied" Mamelodi Sundowns Superstar Drops A Bombshell After Kaizer Chiefs Deal?

Shalulile, all hail! The Mamelodi Sundowns striker seemed to believe that the new season should start tomorrow.

The talented Namibian striker Peter Shalulile of Mamelodi Sundowns has to keep scoring goals, but his season has come to an end.

According to The South African, the 28-year-old from Windhoek scored an objective in Kabo Yellow's final round of the season against Royal AM in Durban, but it was insufficient to match Collins Mbesuma's record of 25 goals in a single season.

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Following the game, Shalulile, a devout Christian, said he accepts that everything happened for a purpose.

"For the current year, I need to give greatness to God, my partners, the specialist group, and each and every individual who was involved On SuperSportTV, he stated.

"Things don't happen the way they should at the end of the day. As a result, situations like this happen.

"Perhaps in a year's time, I'll have accomplished more goals. But what I can say is that I'm grateful to everyone, especially the allies, for what they've accomplished this year.

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"To be honest, I'm not satisfied, and I intend to keep fighting. I require 26 objectives, which is exactly what champions do "He shut up.

Sundowns' all-activity focal midfielder, Andile Jali, was largely responsible for the club's invincible control this season, according to recent updates.

It's not surprising that the Matatiele-conceived athlete has been compensated with something like five PSL grant assignments.

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Jali was proclaimed the winner of the PSL last week Players' Player of the Season and PSL Footballer of the Season are among the nominees.

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