Soccer fans world wide are unforgiving to professional footballers who make mistakes that cost clubs points and wins, when a player does a costly mistake, they are called out and made to know that their decision was not so good.
While they may be good or the best player at some stage, one mistake can take them off that pedestal and such is the case for Mamelodi Sundowns player and goalkeeper Dennis Onyango who has recently found himself wanting and shaking after a costly mistake. Onyango made a mistake in one of Sundowns recent matches and this did not sit well with the supporters, but his coach, Rhulani Mokwena has become to his defence, saying everyone makes mistakes.
"Denis is a top keeper and as they say, ‘one swallow does not make a summer’. When you make mistakes, you become the scapegoat…how many times has he helped us? We've been talking about all these clean sheets, records that we were setting. He has our support," said Mokwena.
Onyango was at some stage the club's best player, winning accolades left right and centre.
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