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Former Chiefs Star to be Featured at Sundowns?

Since the time George Maluleka left Kaizer Chiefs for Mamelodi Sundowns things show up as though like they went south for him as it is absolutely noticeable that he is battling with game time at the Tshwane based side. Maluleka authoritatively joined Sundowns last season, and when he marked a pre agreement with them during the center of the 2019/20 season Kaizer Chiefs chose to cut binds with him since he had effectively decided that he won't be important for the Soweto monsters later on. 

One might say that Maluleka partook in the larger pieces of his profession in the shades of Kaizer Chiefs, and since the time showing up at Sundowns, the South African football universe has been ransacked to observe the presentation of football that the previous Chiefs man has to bring to the table in the field of play. Some may have effectively failed to remember that Maluleka is a Mamelodi Sundowns player since he is yet to be highlights at the club this season, and on top, all things considered, Masandawana has a huge pool of players in their group. 


Mamelodi Sundowns co-mentor Manqoba Mngqithi has made a sign with regards to the 32 year old midfielder that he could show up for Masandawana very soon, and one thing that has intrigued Mngqithi is that Maluleka has submitted himself while on preparing, it is obvious that he is basically lifting his hand to the mentors that he is accessible and prepared to play football as that is the thing that he was finished paperwork for when he joined Sundowns. 


George Maluleka is definitely not a youthful and impending football player any longer, he is 32 years old and at this point he ought to highlight in the principal group and not establishing connections with preparing. This should be an example to the Mamelodi Sundowns the executives that they ought not sign such countless players in their group in light of the fact that the vast majority of them end of completing their agreements without kicking the ball for the club. 

(Source: Soccer Laduma)

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